Psychology & Psychiatry

Teens drive more safely in the months after a crash

Teens' risky driving drops considerably in the two months following a serious collision, according to new research published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. The research, ...

Pediatrics

More screen time for kids isn't all that bad, researcher says

Chances are that your children will turn out OK even though they spend hours playing video games or watching TV. This is according to Christopher Ferguson of Stetson University in the US, who led a study in Springer's journal ...

Pediatrics

State laws dampen texting by teen drivers but rates still high

State laws banning texting while driving led to significant reductions in the number of teens using their cell phones while behind the wheel, but nearly one-third still admitted to engaging in this risky behavior, according ...

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