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  • Side Effects of Chemotherapy and Radiation for Teens


    Side effects of cancer treatment can include flu-like symptoms, hair loss, and blood clotting problems. After treatment ends, most side effects go away.

  • Chemotherapy for Teens


    Chemotherapy (chemo) is treatment with medicines that stop the growth of cancer cells. Find out how chemo works and what to expect when getting treatment.

  • Radiation Therapy for Teens


    More than half of all people with cancer are treated with radiation therapy. Get the facts on radiation therapy, including what it is, what to expect, and how to cope with side effects.

  • ADHD Medicines for Teens


    Medicine doesn’t cure ADHD. But it does help boost a person's ability to pay attention, slow down, and have more self-control. This article for teens has details on how ADHD medicines help.

  • Should I Take Pills to Regulate My Period? for Teens


    Find out what the experts have to say.

  • Steroids and Cancer Treatment for Teens


    If your doctor prescribed steroids as part of your treatment for an illness, don't worry. It's not the illegal, doping scandal kind of steroid. Get the details in this article for teens.

  • Can I Have Children After Cancer Treatments? for Teens


    When chemotherapy and other treatments attack cancer cells, they can affect some of the body's healthy cells too. As a teen, you'll want to know what this can mean to your fertility.

  • Birth Control Patch for Teens


    Before you consider having sex, you need to know how to protect yourself. Learn what the birth control patch is, how well it works, and more.

  • Birth Control Pill for Teens


    Before you consider having sex, you need to know how to protect yourself. Read this article to learn what birth control pills are, how well they work, and more.

  • Birth Control Ring for Teens


    A woman places the birth control ring in her vagina where it slowly releases hormones into the bloodstream to prevent pregnancy.