Understanding the brain science behind teenage behavior can help parents better prepare their kids to avoid drugs and alcohol. Scientists have learned that it takes a brain about 25 years to fully develop. A huge burst of development happens during adolescence, and that burst can explain a lot of unpredictable — and sometimes risky — teen behavior.
This "extreme basketball" game at Blackpool Pleasure Beach is even tougher than contestants think - because they are shooting at oval-shaped hoops. But from above and to the side it is clear that the hoops are not round and are squashed flat, making it much harder for the ball to pass through. It's not the biggest scam in the world but it's pretty sneaky.
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Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons licence. Teens who frequently play video games have larger reward centres in their brains than those who play less often, according to a study published today in the journal Translational Psychiatry. The researchers analysed MRI scans of more than German teenagers and found frequent game players had a greater volume of left striatal grey matter than irregular gamers.
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This article is about the location in "Pinocchio". For the real location, see Pleasure Island Downtown Disney. Pleasure Island is a theme park located on an island and is accessed there by ferry. It is implied to be an illegal place, as hinted by J.
More children and teens than pediatricians realize could be participating in a dangerous, potentially fatal sex act known as autoerotic asphyxiation. So says Dr. Daniel Cowell, professor of psychiatry and senior associate dean for graduate medical education at the Marshall University Joan C.