The federal government has announced the Pfizer vaccine will be available to all Australians from August 30. Though there may well be long waits.
It seems things have shifted slightly since earlier in the pandemic. A growing proportion of people hospitalised with the Delta strain are aged in their 30s or 40s.
As vaccine eligibility is expanded to adolescents and young adults, understanding who might be more likely to be vaccine hesitant, and why, can help inform public health strategies
Even when the economy is strong, these young adults face economic hardship.
Media depictions of youth during the pandemic are distorting the actual experiences, practices and attitudes of young adults during COVID-19, as well as the pandemic’s impact on them.
The pandemic is bringing up tough new questions as parents and grandparents develop advance care plans. Here’s how to start the conversation.
Gen Z is breaking stereotypes, but there are still some worrying trends when it comes to substance abuse.
The U.S. was an outlier in the 20th century. It’s been typical throughout human history, and even today, it’s common practice in most of the world.
While community transmission remains a challenge, we must understand the effects the pandemic is having on younger adults to design effective public health responses and messaging.
We can’t expect young men to access reliable COVID-19 messages from people they don’t know, through media they don’t use.
A study found that students’ experiences of parents’ psychological control predicted higher fear of failure and worse adjustment to their university studies.
While there have been spikes across the board, some groups are suffering more than others.
A study found the emotional dynamic between young heterosexual partners can have a measurable physiological effect on men, but not on women.
It’s a surprisingly common question. Here’s what you need to know.
In a survey, 56% of Americans aged 14 to 24 said they knew little to nothing about the juvenile justice system.
The housing aspirations of young Australians change as they enter their late 20s and early 30s. But having somewhere safe and secure to call home is the top priority for all young adults.
Children are constantly hearing about threats to their safety. Sometimes they find it hard to know if a danger is real, and they need help processing their fears. Here’s what they need you to know.
Young people can make big savings living with their parents, but it throws up some thorny issues.
The holiday used to be all about trick-or-treating in the neighborhood. No more – and it could something to do with the fact that traditional markers of adulthood have changed.
‘Emerging adulthood’ offers a contemporary view of young adults, as perceptions and definitions shift worldwide.