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Are you on your own at school when you're dealing with diabetes? Not at all. Your
teachers, coaches, school nurse - and even your friends - can help you out.
We all mess up at times. An apology tells someone that we're sorry for the hurt we
caused — even if we didn't do it on purpose. But does an apology fix everything? And
how should you handle it if someone apologizes to you? Find out here.
Many young kids go through a stage when they stutter. Stuttering usually goes away
on its own but in some cases lasts longer.
In this video, teens talk about their experiences with bullying.
Hear from teens who've been bullied - and what they did about it.
Hear what kids say about being bullied, and how they handle it.
Bullying has everyone worried, not just the people on its receiving end. Learn about
dealing with bullies, including tips on how to stand up for yourself or a friend.
Are you a little afraid of dogs? Some kids are, so find out how you can make friends
with dogs and avoid dog bites.
Did you know that anger isn't all bad? Find out more in this article for kids.
A healthy and positive body image means liking your body, appreciating it, and feeling
grateful for its qualities and capabilities. Parents can help kids develop a healthy