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  • Optimism for Teens

    Optimists see the good in things -- and science has discovered that optimists can do better in life. The good news is, even pessimists can be more optimistic. Find out how.

  • Body Dysmorphic Disorder for Parents

    For teens, concerns about appearances often take center stage. But if these concerns are all-consuming, cause extreme distress, and keep them from doing and thinking about other things, it may be a sign of a condition called body dysmorphic disorder.

  • Eyes for Teens

    Although your eyes are small, their structure is incredibly complex. Find out how they work in this body basics article.

  • Mindfulness Exercises for Kids

    Being mindful helps people do better in just about every part of life. These exercises are for kids who want to practice and build good mindfulness skills.

  • Mindfulness Exercises for Teens

    Being mindful helps people do better in just about every part of life, like focusing on homework or feeling less stressed out. This article for teens has 5 exercises to practice building mindfulness skills.

  • Parenting a Child With ADHD for Parents

    Parenting is as important as any other part of ADHD treatment. The way parents respond can make ADHD better (or worse). This article has parenting tips to help kids improve and do well.

  • I Hurt My Friends' Feelings. What Should I Do? for Teens

    Find out what the experts have to say.

  • Healthy Eating: Zach's Story for Teens

    Zach's love of baking with healthy ingredients has paid off in a big way. Find out how he turned his healthy eating philosophy into a successful business.

  • Safety Tips: Wrestling for Teens

    In wrestling, injuries are bound to happen sometimes. To keep things as safe as possible, follow these tips.

  • Dyslexia for Kids

    Dyslexia is a problem that makes it difficult for a kid to read. With some help and a lot of hard work, a kid who has dyslexia can learn to read and spell.