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Kenya's teen parents, victims of taboos that inhibit sex education
Review of grey literature on drug prevention among young people - NICE
More than 60 per cent of high school students in Beijing are suffering from high blood pressure.
Compared to 1991, fewer US teens are engaging in health risk behaviors, according to The National Youth Risk Behavior Survey.
The principal of Hamilton's largest school says drugs, violence and alcohol problems are getting worse in Waikato schools in New Zealand.
A comparison of a Web based and printed workbook for physical activity promotion among US adolescent girls suggested that a printed workbook was more effective.
How UK parents communicate and supervise young people in relation to alcohol.
Some USA young people benefit from Internet use while for others it can exacerbate self-destructive behaviors
UK 11 year olds who smoked just one cigarette were twice as likely to take up smoking within the next few years as their peers who resisted the urge.
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