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  • Childhood Depression: What Parents Need to Know for Parents


    When a sad or bad mood lasts for weeks or longer and there are other changes in a child’s behavior, it might be depression. Learn the signs of depression and what parents can do to help their child.

  • How to Live a Happy Life for Teens


    Research shows that just 10% of happiness depends on a person's situation. We actually have more control over happiness than we might think. Find out how.

  • Diabetes: Dealing With Feelings for Parents


    If your child has diabetes, you may spend a lot of time thinking about the physical effects. But it's also important to understand the emotional issues surrounding a diabetes diagnosis.

  • Classroom Exercise Breaks for Elementary Students for Parents


    Elementary school teachers can incorporate physical activity breaks into daily classroom routines to help improve test scores and student behavior. This article is for educators.

  • Understanding Medicines and What They Do for Teens


    Medicines can cure, stop, or prevent disease; ease symptoms; or help in the diagnosis of illnesses. This article describes different types of medications and offers tips on taking them.

  • When Your Teen Is Having a Baby for Parents


    If your daughter is pregnant and planning to have the baby, many changes await your family. How can you support her through the challenges to come?

  • 10 Ways to Help Your Child Succeed in Middle School for Parents


    As students grow more independent during middle school, it can be challenging for parents to know how to stay involved. Here are 10 tips.

  • 10 Ways to Help Your Teen Succeed in High School for Parents


    Even though teens are seeking independence, parental involvement is still an important ingredient for academic achievement.