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  • Your Thoughts on Falling in Love for Teens

    More than 5,700 visitors took our survey on falling in love. Here's what you told us.

  • What Makes a Great Couple? for Kids

    Most kids say a great couple goes together like peanut butter and jelly. Find out what else they had to say in this Valentine's Day article for kids.

  • Connecting With LGBT Teens for Parents

    All students – LGBT or straight – benefit from positive relationships with their teachers. By taking the time to connect, showing a genuine interest, supporting academic achievement, and personal goals, educators can help LGBT students develop resilience. This article is for educators.

  • Sexual Attraction and Orientation for Teens

    Both guys and girls often find themselves having sexual thoughts and attractions. For some, these feelings and thoughts can be intense — and even confusing.

  • Help Your Parents Get Healthy for Kids

    Can kids help parents get healthier? Parents say, if their kid asked them, they'd work extra hard to make changes.

  • What Teens Want in a Coach for Parents

    We asked teens in an online survey: "What should a coach care about most?" Their answers might surprise you. This article is for educators.

  • What Makes a Good Coach? for Teens

    We ran a survey asking what you think makes a good coach. Here's what you told us.

  • Kids Talk About: Love for Kids

    If you've ever felt embarrassed because you have a crush on someone, you're not alone. Lots of kids say they have turned bright red over the same issue. Find out more in this article for kids.

  • What Kids Want in a Coach for Kids

    Kids respond to our survey about coaches.

  • What Kids Say About: Drinking Alcohol for Kids

    What do kids think about drinking alcohol? KidsHealth wanted to know, so we asked 690 kids ages 9 to 13.