adolescent

Science

Teenagers Will Eat Healthily If They Think They’re Sticking It to the Man

According to a new study from the University of Texas, teenagers can be encouraged to eat healthy foods if they see doing so as a way to rebel against authority.
Phoebe Hurst
9.13.16
underage drinking

Why One in Seven British Sixth-Graders Is Getting Drunk

While the phenomenon of pre-teen drinking is hardly new, or isolated to the UK, very little is known about what actually causes it.
Nick Rose
3.5.16
Booze

Experts Say This Text Message Could Stop Teens from Binge Drinking

A new study from the University of Pittsburgh claims that sending text messages querying weekend drinking plans to young adults may help reduce alcohol-related injuries.
Phoebe Hurst
11.25.15
Stuff

Why Are We So Obsessed With Schoolies?

Attempting to unravel why the Australian public cares about what teenage strangers are drinking, fighting, and sexing.
Wendy Syfret
11.18.15
Photo

Elize Strydom Takes Photos of Small Town Girls All over the World

"Typically I barely know anything about them before I arrive: They could be really remarkable, or just be doing their thing."
Elize Strydom
5.12.15
Stuff

Lower Your Expectations with These Crappy New Year's Eve Stories

Other than perhaps the day after your birthday, there is no other date that is as consistently shitty and depressing as December 31.
VICE Staff
12.30.14
Film

Rhys Graham Talks Kitchen Dramas, Digital Bushfires, and his New Film Galore

The new Australian film ‘Galore’ captures the thrilling highs and lows of teenage years, set against a backdrop of the devastating Canberra bushfires.
Lee Zachariah
6.20.14