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  • Allergies for Teens


    Your eyes itch, your nose is running, you're sneezing, and you're covered in hives. The enemy known as allergies has struck again.

  • Immunizations for Teens


    Missing out on shots puts you at more serious risk than you might think. That one little "ouch" moment protects you from some major health problems.

  • Doctors, Hospitals & Medicine Q&A for Teens for Teens


    See answers to some common questions about getting medical care.

  • Egg Allergy for Teens


    Living with an egg allergy means you have to be aware of what you're eating and read food labels carefully. Here are some tips for teens who have an egg allergy.

  • When Blood Sugar Is Too Low for Teens


    When blood glucose levels drop too low, it's called hypoglycemia. Very low blood sugar levels can cause severe symptoms that need to be treated right away.

  • First Aid & Injuries for Teens


    Learn what to do for common problems like bug bites or nosebleeds, including situations when you need to see a doctor.

  • Nut and Peanut Allergy for Teens


    Peanuts are one of the most common allergy-causing foods, and they often find their way into things you wouldn't imagine. Learn the facts on living with a nut or peanut allergy.

  • Do Allergies Cause Asthma? for Teens


    Find out if allergies can make a person's asthma symptoms worse.

  • Relax & De-Stress for Teens


    This section has audio and video files that can help you unwind and reduce stress.

  • Hives (Urticaria) for Teens


    Hives cause raised red bumps or welts on the skin. They're pretty common and usually not serious. Find out what to do about hives in this article for teens.

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