An Arkansas teen made a shocking find this week after waking up with pain in his ear.
A 16-year-old Wichita Falls teen was killed in a car accident Monday morning and DPS officials don't believe she was wearing a seatbelt.
Authorities say a teenage boy was killed when a stone slab weighing about 650 pounds fell on him outside a business that makes countertops.
n her everyday life, she's Katie Dorman, a mostly nonverbal student with Down syndrome who attends Suffield High School in Connecticut.
A teenager was shot and killed this week after using an app to track his lost smartphone, according to police in Canada.
An Aledo teen who confessed to killing his mother and sister in 2012 accepted a plea agreement in exchange for a prison sentence.
Crowds erupted in cheers Thursday as a teen boy was pulled alive from the rubble of a collapsed building five days after Nepal's catastrophic earthquake.
There has been a legal victory for a transgender teen and her fight to wear makeup in her driver's license picture.
A 17-year-old faces charges in connection with the suicide of his 14-year-old friend last week, McKinney police said Monday.
Parents of teen killed by powdered caffeine overdose file wrongful death lawsuit against companies including Amazon and Hard Rhino.
Services are set for a Wilbarger County teen killed in a one vehicle accident Wednesday.
February is not only recognized for Valentine's Day, but its also National Teen Abuse Prevention Month.
Clifton John Russell IV pleaded guilty to capital murder by terror threat or other felony in the death of "Mo" Ahmad.
Wichita Falls police are searching for a suspect who ran off after a failed overnight burglary attempt.
Fall weather is finally here and cooler temperatures usher in fall allergy season. The sneezing, stuffy nose, itchy eyes, scratchy throats and cough, which are all symptoms of allergic rhinitis, start up as the pollens blows in and stirs up ragweed, the most common fall allergen.
The Jaws of Life were used to free a Wichita Falls teenager from his car in a Tuesday night pin-in accident.
I was recently involved in the care of a 17 year-old boy in our practice who had meningococcal meningitis. Meningococcal meningitis is a rare bacterial infection, but meningococcal disease continues to cause 75-125 deaths/year in the U.S. ...
Four teenagers are now in police custody in connection with Lawton's 11th homicide of the year.
I have been receiving a lot of calls, emails and questions on twitter regarding Michael Douglas' admission that his oral cancer was caused by HPV.
A federal judge ruled last week that an over the counter emergency contraception, which helps prevent pregnancy if used within 72 hours after sexual intercourse, would be made available for all ages.
Plan B One Step, the pre-packaged emergency contraceptive has been available as an over the counter morning after pill since 2006 (although its sale has been restricted to those 17 years and older). Even though it is an over the counter medication you have to ask the pharmacist for the package which is behind the counter, and if you are under the age of 17, you need a prescription. Plenty of hoops to jump through.
What's the debate all about and why is a federal judge deciding this? In late 2011, the FDA voted to make Plan B One Step universally available as an over the counter medication. Soon thereafter Kathleen Sebelius, the secretary for HHS, disagreed with the FDAs decision and did not approve the FDAs recommendation. The judge in his ruling concluded the administration had not made its decisions based on scientific guidelines and that its refusal to lift restrictions on access to the pill was arbitrary, capricious and unreasonable.
Not only did the FDA recommend unrestricted access to the morning after pill but the American Medical Association (AMA), The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), agreed as well. All groups felt that the science showed the safety of the pill, and that restrictions for its sale kept teenagers from using the drug in a safe and timely way to prevent pregnancy.
I discuss the use of Plan B with my adolesc