Category Archives: Teen Tribune

Broken Hearts at Higher Risk of Failing: Study

Broken Hearts at Higher Risk of Failing: Study

  Paris, France – The death of a life partner may trigger an irregular heartbeat, itself potentially life-threatening, said new research into the risk of dying from a broken heart. A ...

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Youth in Well-off Nations Amoke, Drink Less Than in 2010: WHO

Youth in Well-off Nations Amoke, Drink Less Than in 2010: WHO

  Paris, France – The number of teenagers trying alcohol or cigarettes before they turn 14 has dropped, especially among girls, according to a World Health Organization study of 42 well-off ...

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News Feature: Nutritional Needs of Teenagers

News Feature: Nutritional Needs of Teenagers

  Because of the rapid growth and development during teenage years, adolescents have greater needs for certain nutrients. Below are certain nutrients needed by teenagers in greater amounts. These are ...

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Vaping May Lead Teens to Tobacco: Study

Vaping May Lead Teens to Tobacco: Study

  Paris, France – E-cigarettes, marketed as an aide for stopping smoking, may instead nudge teens towards tobacco, claimed the latest study Tuesday in a flood of research on the controversial ...

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Nearly 70 Percent of US Youth See Ads For E-cigarettes

Nearly 70 Percent of US Youth See Ads For E-cigarettes

  Miami, United States – Almost seven in 10 US school kids are exposed to e-cigarette ads which promote the battery-powered vaping devices using themes of rebellion, sex and independence, US ...

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Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Threatens the Young

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Threatens the Young

  TEEN TRIBUNE – Did you know that cervical cancer is not just a risk for adult women? In the Philippines, according to the 2002 Young Adult Fertility and Sexuality ...

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US Teens Add Social Media to Toolbox for Flirting: Study

US Teens Add Social Media to Toolbox for Flirting: Study

  Washington, United States – Back in the day, they’d flutter their eyelashes or share a nervous, giggly chat. That is hardly over. But American teens are now also turning to ...

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Technology Doesn’t Make School Pupils Smarter: Study

Technology Doesn’t Make School Pupils Smarter: Study

  Tokyo, Japan – Computers do not noticeably improve school pupils’ academic results and can even hamper performance, an OECD report said that looked at the impact of technology in classrooms ...

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