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  • The Senses & Your Baby for Parents


    Learn how your baby develops the senses of sight, sound, touch, and taste.

  • Assertiveness for Teens


    Assertiveness is the ability to speak up for yourself in a way that is honest and respectful. But it doesn't come naturally to everyone. Find out if you're too passive, too aggressive, or just assertive enough.

  • How to Break Up Respectfully for Teens


    Breaking up means having an awkward or difficult conversation. Here are some ideas on what to say and how to say it - and why it's best to break up in person.

  • Ebola for Parents


    Although outbreaks of Ebola may occur in parts of the world, there's no reason to panic. When people with Ebola are correctly diagnosed, isolated, and cared for, the risk of passing the disease to others is low.

  • How Cliques Make Kids Feel Left Out for Kids


    A clique is a group of kids who hang out together. It's kind of like a club. The trouble is, the leaders of a clique won't let everyone join. Find out how to handle cliques in this article for kids.

  • Privacy Policy/Terms of Use for Kids


    Privacy Policy/Terms of Use

  • Privacy Policy/Terms of Use for Teens


    Privacy Policy/Terms of Use

  • Klinefelter Syndrome for Parents


    Boys with this condition have an extra "X" chromosome that prevents them from developing normally during puberty. But hormone treatments, counseling, and other therapies can help.

  • What to Say: Answers for Teens With Autism for Teens


    Knowing what to say comes naturally for some people, but others need some help. Here’s advice for teens who want to learn how to get along with people.

  • What to Say: Answers for Kids With Autism for Kids


    Knowing what to say comes naturally for some kids, but others need some help. Learn how to start a conversation, keep it going, and more.