Today’s teens prefer making friends on the World Wide Web and rely heavily on the Internet for maintaining friendships and ties. A new study has also revealed that teens are much less likely to make friends offline these days.
A new study suggests that people tend to choose friends who share their genes. The inference is that humans tend to associate with other people who are very similar to themselves. Not all biologists agree.
The biggest story of March Madness may not be who wins the men's college basketball championship but a friendship between an eight-year-old girl with cancer and a Michigan State player — and the fundraising for the girl by a Spartans' fan as a result.
The popularity of social media is on the up and up: Facebook alone boasts over one billion active users. But is this a good thing? Is the social shift towards virtual communication a socially beneficial choice? Kyle Smith investigates.
For years, communist ultras have been raging an anti-state war in India that has claimed thousands of lives. In the backdrop of this unrest, youths in a central Indian state are reviving a forgotten ritual that binds them into eternal friendship.
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Hamburg (dpa) - Nils is 15 and has never had a girlfriend. Carlo is 14 and is
single again, while for the last six months, 14-year-old Dana is together with
a boy who had been chasing her for a while.
The three teenagers have one thing in common...