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  • Making Sure Your Teen's Job Is Safe for Parents

    Many teens want to work a part-time job. Find out how to ensure safe employment for your son or daughter.

  • E. Coli for Parents

    Undercooked burgers and unwashed produce are among the foods that can harbor E. coli bacteria and lead to infection marked by severe diarrhea. Here's how to protect your family.

  • Organic and Other Environmentally Friendly Foods for Teens

    Even the most casual food shoppers have probably noticed the increased quantity and variety of organic foods available in regular grocery stores. Are organic foods healthier? Are they safer? How do they taste?

  • Organic and Other Environmentally Friendly Foods for Parents

    You've probably noticed the increased quantity and variety of organic foods available in regular grocery stores. Are organic foods healthier and safer? How do they taste?

  • Safety Basics for Teens

    Whether you're online or in the real world, camping or hanging out in the backyard, this section can help you stay safe.

  • ATV Safety for Teens

    ATVs provide off-road fun. But with the thrills come big risks like rollovers and collisions. Here are tips for teens on staying safe.

  • Infections That Pets Carry for Parents

    Kids can benefit from the companionship, affection, and relationships they share with pets. But it's important to know how to protect your family from infections carried by pets and other animals.

  • E. Coli for Teens

    Undercooked burgers and unwashed produce are among the foods that can harbor E. coli bacteria and lead to infection and severe diarrhea. Here's how to protect yourself.

  • Starting a School Garden for Parents

    Students who garden are more likely to get the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables each day, and they develop healthier attitudes about nutrition and fitness. This article is for educators.

  • Teacher's Guide: Bird Flu (Grades 6 to 8) for Educators

    The activities in this Teacher's Guide will help your students to learn the facts and what they can do to protect themselves.