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ADOLESCENCE, persons. That age which follows puberty and precedes the age of majority; it commences for males at fourteen, and for females at twelve years completed, and continues till twenty-one years complete.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Visit to read more about this initiative and to read or order the new research publication from the National Campaign, Voices Heard: Latino Adults and Teens Speak Up About Teen Pregnancy, by Erika Vexler.
"Sometimes teens should go somewhere to get help, and sometimes [they] need a little punishment," says Jacob Madle, 13, an eighth-grader at Alpena High School in Alpena, Arkansas.
While this is good news, research suggests that teens who do use tobacco are more likely than adults to become addicted.
We also asked the experts to identify the consequences that would be most likely to deter teens from using the drugs, as well as particular harms that might occur because of polydrug use and/or the addition of other ingredients to specific drugs.
The one constant is that teens take to the Internet like ants to a summer picnic.
Too stressed to think; a teen guide to staying sane when life makes you crazy.
This article in the Heads Up series presents the issue to readers in a straightforward way, and reveals the science behind why it can be so tough for teens to make smart decisions in social settings.
The majority of people killed in teen-driver crashes are people other than the teen drivers themselves, according to a recent study of 10 years of crash data by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.
"Many teens are simply becoming more cautious about having casual sex," says Mr.
Game Programming For Teens, 2nd Edition (1592008348, $29.99) by Maneesh Sethi tells teens how to program their own games, developing skills needed to produce a video game from graphics to sound and music.
Stores average 100,000 shopping trips a year, appealing to the $42 billion market for children, pre-teens, and teens with allowance cash to spend.