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    How to keep New Year resolutions?

    Rishika | On 05-01-2021
    “I will exercise regularly”, “I will not eat junk food”, “I will study seriously”. Ever wondered why we make New Year resolutions? And more importantly how to keep them! Then stop wondering and read on. We’ve got it all covered – in this edition of Science Lab. New Year, New Me! You must have heard Continue reading...
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    What makes you unique!

    Nehaa Singh | Aug 10th, 2022
    Want to find out why you have curly hair but your friend has straight hair? Or why do you look like your mom but your brother does not? TeenBook is here to help The genie of genes Genes are fascinating! They basically define the traits you inherit from your parents. They provide the information that Continue reading...
  • Why is junk food irresistible?

    Rishika | On 09-08-2022
    In 2020, we haven’t been able to eat much outside due to the pandemic and are craving for outside food (read junk food). And even though some of us may have learnt how to cook stuff like french fries, noodles, and momos at home, we actually miss that golgappa from the street and the cola Continue reading...
  • What makes us happy?

    Rishika | On 09-08-2022
    For some it’s food, for others its exercise or a good book! Yes, we are talking about what makes us happy. Ever wondered what exactly happens inside our body when we feel good or happy? In this edition of Science Lab, we talk about the hormones that help make us feel good, as well as Continue reading...
  • Who discovered adolescence?

    Umeza Peera | On 09-08-2022
    Did you know that adolescence was first discovered by American psychologist G.Stanley Hall as a distinct phase of human growth? Hall, also known as the father of Adolescents Psychology, uncovered many interesting facts about teenagers that still hold so relevant 100 years on! Let’s dive right in. The word “adolescence”  first came into prevalence in Continue reading...
  • What’s the white sticky thing on my underwear?

    Team TeenBook | On 08-04-2022
    That thing you see is called vaginal discharge, a sticky, white or watery fluid that begins to come from the vaginal area after puberty. You might see this on your underwear or when you use the washroom. It’s completely natural and normal. Let’s find out more about it in today’s Science Lab. What is vaginal Continue reading...
  • Why do teens love to sleep late?

    Umeza Peera | On 16-03-2022
    Most teenagers love to sleep late (and get up late!), but do you know there is science behind it? Well, next time your parents scold you for not sleeping on time, tell them to check out this article in the Science Lab! No matter how strongly you make a strict time table with shiny pens Continue reading...
  • Why are periods so painful for some?

    Team TeenBook | On 28-07-2021
    While some discomfort during periods is normal but if your periods are so painful that they are hindering your day to day activities – then there may be an underlying cause. In today’s Science Lab, we explore the reasons behind painful periods and remedies to help you deal with the pain. Photo: Shutterstock/comodigit/Person in the Continue reading...
  • What is an erection?

    Team TeenBook | On 14-07-2021
    Arush, 13, was really confused while brushing his teeth in the morning when he felt something in his shorts. Why was his penis feeling a bit hard and erect? It also happened to him while watching a movie the other day. Is it normal? Should he tell someone? Science Lab comes to Arush’s aid. The Continue reading...
  • What causes irregular periods?

    Umeza Peera | On 28-05-2021
    Menstruation/periods are called irregular when the length of the cycle is more than 35 days, or if the duration varies every time it happens. There are multiple causes for an irregular cycle. for the same. Let’s dig into the reasons in this week’s Science Lab. Photo: Shutterstock/Sino Studio/Person in the photo is a model.  The Continue reading...
  • What does LGBTQIA mean?

    Team Teenbook | On 03-05-2021
    You’ve heard your friends talk about these terms or perhaps in a recent movie you were watching. Or there could be some emotions you may be noticing yourself. So if these terms and words are playing on your mind, then read on. The term LGBTQIA stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and asexual. Continue reading...