Are young people only important in June?
Behind the scenes of that TV advert featuring a cute kid is a lot of hard slog, for the child and the parents, writes Helen Grange.
As a child, he dressed up in girls' clothes all the time and longed to be a woman.</p><p/>
Children who grow up in urban areas and are exposed to violence are more likely to have asthma.
Boys will be allowed to wear skirts and girls to wear trousers under new 'gender-neutral' uniform policies introduced across the UK.
Watching television can have a big impact on young people's attitudes towards HIV and Aids and safe sex.
Sudden growth spurts leave teen boys unco-ordinated because their brains have not had time to adjust to their rapid increase ...
After a teen attempted suicide, a teacher set out to show her students they are special.
Children who learn with no shoes on are more likely to do better than peers with footwear, a decade-long study has revealed.