's identity is often shaped by their peers and those around them, so a supportive and positive social network can help teens
build a positive self-image.
The Amazon Teen
service is meant for only teens
between 13 and 17 years of age.
That factoid, says survey sponsor Allstate, could be an incentive for teens
to "flip the script" and spearhead the conversation with their parents and friends during this week's National Teen
Driver Safety Week (Oct.
Having a teen
's photo or video shared that they wanted private (teens
, 36% vs.
"Our goal in conducting this survey is to not only expose key issues facing today's teen
drivers, but also to empower parents and teens
to have conversations on safer driving habits," said Seth Birnbaum, CEO of EverQuote, "...and we believe that educating both parents and teens
on how to monitor and improve driving habits is an important contribution to curbing these tragedies."
Library staff are also encouraged to join the free Teen
Read Week site for full access to a variety of resources for help planning Teen
Read Week activities, including:
Additional information on National Teen
Driver Safety Week available at https://www.trafficsafetymarketing.gov/teens.
Flores, a former teen
mother herself at 16, will provide a motivational message to the scholarship recipients and will speak of the importance of investing in teen
mothers and their children.
The behavior of the teen
father is better understood within his internal and external environmental factors.
This video competition is in its third year of encouraging teens
to get involved with promoting summer reading and public libraries with a focus on the CSLP 2013 slogan, "Beneath the Surface." Each participating state selected one winning video to be named the official CSLP Teen
Video Challenge state winner for 2013.
abortion rate was 17.8 abortions per 1,ooo teens
; the lowest rate since the procedure was legalized in 1973.
AMRB, a Dubai-based leading market research agency and TRU, the pioneer in global teen
research, joined hands to release the second edition of the extensive report on the lifestyle, opinions, views and perceptions of Mena teens
from UAE, Saudi Arabia and Egypt.
Despite those promising data, "we still have a ways to go to improve our teen
birth rate to reflect what is seen in other parts of the world," Ursula Bauer, Ph.D., director of the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, said in a teleconference.
Today's Middle Eastern teen
belongs to the iPhone/iPod generation as much as elsewhere -- most teens
in the region own mobile phones; even in Egypt seven in 10 teens
own a mobile phone.
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