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California is the 6th state to ban car insurance companies from using gender to determine rates, and teen boys could benefit the most
California's ban on car insurance companies using gender to set auto rates could benefit males with less than three years of driving experience.
At a recent public hearing, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) called for more drug therapy research to help teenagers quit smoking and vaping tobacco.
A new study in the Journal of Neuroscience found that smoking a joint just once or twice can alter that teenage brain by increasing gray matter.
Braxton Moral, 16, will graduate from Harvard in May. Like many other gifted teenagers, he experienced existential depression when he was younger.
Forget teenagers: Fast food joints across the US are hiring senior citizens, and it’s thanks to 2 major demographic trends
Fast food chains across the US are hiring senior citizens instead of teenagers, thanks to a shortage of workers and the fact that more Americans are working past age 65.
Crocs' popularity is skyrocketing among teens, according to Piper Jaffray's biannual survey. The iconic brand is now the 13th most popular footwear brand among teenagers, up from 27th last year.
Brands are direct-messaging 13-year-olds on Instagram to pay them $5 or $10 at a time to promote products without a contract
Retail brands are allowing teenagers and pre-teens to get in on the influencer game. According to a report in the Atlantic, teens often make between $5 and $20 for posting sponsored content from small startup brands.
Thousands of teenagers have attended ‘transformational’ leadership retreats that teach kids about diversity through racial slurs and label...
Camp Anytown and its spinoffs are leadership camps that run retreats and exercises re-enacting segregation and degradation, using racial slurs and labels against attendees so that they are better equipped to confront discrimination in the real world. Some experts aren't convinced.
Half of the teens who think social media has a negative effect on people say it’s because of bullying, rumors, or harmed relationships
A new study from Pew Research shows that a fourth of teens think social media has a largely negative effect on people their age.
A new study from Pew Research Center on teen internet and social media use found that nearly half of teens report being online on a near-constant basis. Another 44% say they go online multiple times every day.