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  • Emergency Contraception for Teens

    Emergency contraception is a way to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex; for example, if a condom breaks or slips off during sex. It is also available to teens who are forced to have unprotected sex.

  • A to Z: Tuberous Sclerosis for Parents

    Learn about this genetic disorder that causes noncancerous tumors to grow in many parts of the body.

  • Enterovirus Infections for Parents

    Enteroviruses are a common cause of infection in people of all ages, with symptoms that can range from mild to serious.

  • Cytomegalovirus (CMV) for Parents

    This virus poses few risks to healthy kids, but can cause serious health problems in unborn babies and kids with a weak immune system.

  • Adenovirus for Parents

    Adenoviruses can infect the lining of the eyes, airways and lungs, intestines, urinary tract, and nervous system. They're common causes of fever, coughs, sore throats, diarrhea, and pinkeye.

  • How Do I Find Out if I Have Sickle Cell Trait? for Teens

    A simple blood test can tell you if you have sickle cell trait. Read about it.

  • Syphilis for Teens

    Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease (STD). Early treatment can cure it and prevent long-term problems.

  • 6 Ways to Study Better for Tests for Teens

    Taking good notes, scheduling study time, and joining a study group are just some ways to study well. Here’s how to be prepared.

  • Test Anxiety for Teens

    Everyone feels a little nervous and stressed before a test. For some people, this normal anxiety can be intense.

  • How to Get Tested for HIV for Teens

    Often the only way to know if someone is infected with HIV is through testing. Here are the facts on what's involved in getting tested — and who should get tested for HIV and why.