(Live Science, May 4) Researchers looked at ER visits from 13 to 21-year-olds at Children’s Hospital Colorado (or one of its urgent-care centers) between January 2005 and June 2015.
Pregnant teens smoke weed twice as much as non pregnant teens, according to a survey.
(Times-News, April 6) North Carolina Principal Kent Parent challenged his students at Balfour Education Center to stop using drugs for one week.
Prom night took a sharp turn for the worse for a group of Massachusetts teens who got sick after eating marijuana brownies.
Could there be a good side to constant smart phone use? Some experts think maybe.
If you start smoking pot as a teenager, you might have to deal with a lot of health issues when you get older and probably for the rest of your life.
Two teenagers were treated by paramedics after ingesting marijuana-laced gummy candies at their Coconut Creek school.
The star battled very publicly with drug and alcohol issues and in 2013 went to rehab, and emerged sober.
Some turn to steroids hoping to get the perfect body. But “if given without proper medical guidance, diet and dosage, the steroids can cause serious damage to one’s liver, kidneys and metabolism,” a sports physiotherapist warns.
Being addicted to drugs causes tooth decay, new research confirms.