Cigarette advertising drastically affects decisions of teenagers and whether or not they begin smoking.
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Chemicals found in cigarette smoke and certain plastics may increase the risks of obesity or diabetes.
At Memphis City School in North Memphis, 90 young girls are either pregnant or already have a child.
With nearly 25 million children in the United States being overweight or obese, very high risks for many health problems exist.
Both bipolar disorder and ADHD cause children to have attention problems, become easily irritable, and act impulsively.
Underage drinking and risky sexual behaviors may be a sign a child does not like school.
Treating teenage depression seems to be fairly effective, at first, but nearly 50 percent of those suffering from depression eventually become depressed again.