Fourteen-year-old Claire August has fond memories of Valentine’s Day. Last year, a seventh-grade classmate she was dating gave her a little box of candy hearts.
Josh Dueck, a Canadian alpine skier who became paralyzed from the chest down after breaking his back on a ski flip in 2004, returns eight years later to attempt the first-ever backflip on a Sit Ski.
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Nearly one in three people will be arrested by the time they are 23, a study published Monday in Pediatrics found.
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Teenagers who spend hours playing video games may have a similar brain structure to gambling addicts, research suggests.
The Salvation Army bell ringers bring out the red kettles each Christmas typically to raise money but this year they’ve taken on a new role. They’re also accepting prayer requests now. KXLY4′s McKay Allen reports.
Soon, the holiday sounds of coins clinking into red kettles may disappear, replaced by the silence of a credit card swipe
A new survey of the social networking habits of teenagers says that the majority have online experiences that help them feel good about themselves or make them feel closer to someone else on the network.
The fountain, a center piece in my thesis show “The Dagnabit!!!”, was pretty popular for the two hours it was operational.
Last week, the American Academy of Pediatrics issued guidelines affirming its position that children under age two avoid screen time, including programs watched on TVs, computers or smartphones.
Highway to the danger zone