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  • 5 Ways to Deal With Anxiety for Teens


    We all get worried or nervous about things. Here are 5 ways to control anxiety.

  • Bipolar Disorder for Teens


    Bipolar disorders are one of several medical conditions called depressive disorders that affect the way a person's brain functions. Find out more about bipolar disorder.

  • Going to a Therapist for Teens


    Getting help with emotions or stress is the same as getting help with a medical problem like asthma or diabetes. This article explains how therapy works and how it can help with problems.

  • Cerebral Palsy for Teens


    Cerebral palsy is one of the most common developmental disabilities in the United States. It affects a person's ability to move and coordinate body movements.

  • Vegetarianism for Parents


    Vegetarian diets have become more popular, and many parents may wonder if kids can safely follow a vegetarian diet and still get all the nutrients necessary for growing up healthy and strong.

  • Lou Gehrig's Disease (ALS) for Kids


    Lou Gehrig's disease refers to a disorder called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS. This disease damages the neuromuscular system, which allows the body to move.

  • Teacher's Guide: Eating Disorders (Grades 6 to 8) for Educators


    As your students experience puberty, they may encounter the risks of negative body image, decreasing self-esteem, and eating disorders. The activities in this Teacher's Guide will help students evaluate the connection between body image and self-esteem and learn more about eating disorders.

  • Abuse for Teens


    Abuse can take many forms. This article talks about recognizing abuse, its effects, and what someone who is being abused can do.

  • Screen Time Guidelines for Teens for Parents


    Not sure how much screen time is appropriate for your teen? Get advice here.

  • Postpartum Depression for Parents


    It's important for new mothers – and those who love them – to understand the symptoms of postpartum depression and reach out to family, friends, and medical professionals for help.