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  • Cancer: Readjusting to Home and School for Teens


    If you've just finished a long hospital stay, you may have questions about reconnecting with friends and family. Get answers in this article for teens.

  • My Friend Has Cancer. How Can I Help? for Teens


    It's hard to know how to respond when someone you love — someone your own age — is diagnosed with cancer. Here are some thoughts on dealing with feelings and helping your friend.

  • Use Finn's Story to Talk About Cancer for Parents


    "A Boy Named Finn" explains cancer to young children. Find out how parents and other caring adults can use the show to answer questions and relieve fears.

  • Cancer Basics for Teens


    Get the basics on cancer and cancer treatments in this article.

  • Stress & Coping Center for Teens


    Feeling stressed out? Learn about some of the things that can cause stress and get tips on how to manage when you're feeling overwhelmed.

  • Seasonal Affective Disorder for Parents


    A person with SAD typically experiences symptoms of depression as winter approaches and daylight hours become shorter.

  • Kids and Smoking for Parents


    The health risks of smoking are well known, many young people still do it. Here's how to help your kids avoid smoking, vaping, or using chewing tobacco - or quit, if they've already started.

  • Salmonellosis for Kids


    Salmonellosis is an illness caused by a bacteria found in raw food, soil, water and the bowel movements of some animals, including reptiles. Find out how to prevent this illness.

  • Celiac Disease for Teens


    People who have celiac disease, a disorder that makes their bodies react to gluten, can't eat certain kinds of foods. Find out more - including what foods are safe and where to find them.

  • Somebody in My Friend's Family Died. What Should I Do? for Kids


    Someone important to your friend has died. What do you do?