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  • School & Work for Teens


    Are you thinking about volunteering? Planning for life after high school? This section offers help with homework, dealing with bullying, finding a summer job, and lots more.

  • Healthy Habits for TV, Video Games, and the Internet for Parents


    TV, interactive video games, and the Internet can be excellent sources of education and entertainment, but too much plugged-in time can have unhealthy side effects.

  • Bullying for Parents


    Help for kids being bullied, and how to teach a bullying child to stop.

  • Word! V for Kids


    Learn the meanings of medical and health terms that start with V.

  • Gun Safety for Kids


    By now, you probably know what guns are and what can happen if they fall into the wrong hands. Find out how to protect yourself and how to learn about gun safety.

  • Gun Safety for Teens


    Every year, guns are used to kill or injure thousands of Americans. Here's how to keep yourself safe, whether your family has guns at home or not.

  • Emotions for Parents


    Learn about the normal feelings and emotions of childhood and adolescence.

  • Medical Care and Your 13- to 18-Year-Old for Parents


    Regular visits help your teen's doctor keep track of changes in physical, mental, and social development. The doctor can also help your teen understand the importance of choosing a healthy lifestyle.

  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder for Teens


    Sometimes after experiencing a traumatic event, a person has a strong and lingering reaction known as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Getting treatment and support can make all the difference.

  • Coping When a Parent Has an Alcohol or Drug Problem for Teens


    Alcoholism causes anguish not only for the person who drinks, but for everyone who is involved with that person. But there are things you can do to help cope with the problems alcoholism creates in families.

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