Feb 28, 2010 · Scientists used to think teenage brains are just like those of adults — with fewer miles on them. But they’re not. Teens’ brains are developmentally
Use the lesson and student worksheet below to reinforce comprehension of the student article “Teens and Decision Making: What Brain Science Reveals.”
cence (from Latin cere, meaning “to grow up”) is a transitional stage of physical and psychological development that generally occurs during the period
Many parents do not understand why their teenagers occasionally behave in an impulsive, irrational, or dangerous way.
First Time and Virgin Stories. We have 375 Virgin Stories where cherries are popped, or if someone tries something for the first time. Sort stories by: Date Title
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If you’re a teen, chances are pretty good that you have some acne. Almost 8 in 10 teens have acne, as do many adults. Acne is so common that it’s considered a normal
Documentary looking at how British teenagers are increasingly being tempted by the limitless porn available on the Internet, with some becoming addicts.
Developing Differently. People are all a little different from one another, so it makes sense that they don’t all develop in the same way. No two people are at