More than 40 deaths were linked to a group of now-banned legal highs in 2010, eight times as many as the previous year, figures have shown. By Wesley Johnson.
The British Heart Foundation has carried out a survey of what secondary school children eat. It isn’t, needless to say, a blameless diet – but nor is it quite as noxious as the BHF pretends. By Nigel Hawkes.
Complementary and alternative medicines are treatments that fall outside of mainstream healthcare.
10 facts on adolescent health
Update 2012. Dr Ann Hagell, Co-Development Manager, AYPH, and Dr John Coleman OBE, Senior Research Fellow, University of Oxford, AYPH Chair.
By Helen Charman.
This information resource has been produced by Catherine O’Neill for Anxiety UK. Anxiety UK would like to thank all of the parents who contributed and the professional expertise and guidance of Dr Sam Cartwright-Hatton and Dr Gillian Harris.
Published by Bupa’s Health Information Team.
Recent research from the United States shows that late-night exposure to light from a television or computer screen could be a risk factor for depression.
Staying out late and risky behaviours among ten- to 15-year-olds. By Maria Iacovou.
Sometimes exams can leave you feeling overwhelmed and unable to cope. The good news is the stress can be managed and help is available.