- Teaching Teens About Auto Safety
- A Social Neuroscience Perspective on Adolescent Risk-Taking
- Study: Texting and Driving Kills More Teens Annually than Drinking and Driving
- Bad Teens ‘Not Fault of Parents’
- Sneaky Teens and Booze: How Parents Can (attempt to) Keep Parties Dry
- What Makes Teenagers Smoke?
- Teen Boys More Likely to Quit Smoking Than Girls?
- Long-term Birth Control Works Best for Teens, Pediatricians Say
- A Texting Driver’s Education
- New Research Shows Teens are Distracted while Walking
- Strong Attention Skills Can Help Some Teens Avoid Substance Use Problems
- Fire and Spice: Things Parents of Teens Should Get a Clue About
- Teens, Parents and Alcohol: Tough Questions You Need to Answer
- Distracted Teen Drivers Often on Phone with Parent
- Less Sleep, More Time Online Raise Risk for Teen Depression
A webpage created by the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) that reports study findings on minors and alcohol consumption including data on drinking and driving and specifically where the under-aged drinking occurs.
A webpage created by the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) that reports study findings on Marijuana use among adolescents and risk perception based on collected data.
A website from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) articulates some pros and cons of technology use in adolescents and the growing issue of youth violence via technological devices.
A website from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides information and resources for parents to help their teen lead a safe and health sex life, this page includes links to information on teen pregnancy as well.
A website designed by the Federal Trade Commission in affiliation with We Don’t Serve Teens: A National Campaign to Prevent Underage Drinking that includes information on the dangers that are present with teen drinking including brain development, sexual activity, academic performance, etc.
A website created by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), that presents information on different types of violence that effect adolescents in the U.S. including information on dating violence and also sexual violence, youth violence, etc.
A website made by Children Online – a website devoted to keeping adolescents safe while using the internet – provides free access to past newsletters that touch upon a large variety of topics and questions related to adolescents and web use.