Adolescent Health

Enough Energy

Many teenagers are turning to energy drinks as a way to stay awake and alert during school and sports, but those drinks may be doing more harm than good.

Eating for 206

The human body contains 206 bones. During the teenage years, every one of them is busy building for the future.

Teen Gynecology Visits

Most teenage girls should begin seeing a gynecologist between the ages of 13 and 15, according to The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG).

To Ink or Not to Ink?

If your teenager asks permission to get a tattoo, make sure you both know the health risks before making a decision.

Unmasking Teen Depression

Adolescence can be an emotional roller coaster. For parents, that may make it difficult to spot the signs of teen depression.

The Parents’ Guide to Teen Breakups

Teenagers may need help to stay mentally and emotionally healthy when they go through a breakup.

Checking In on Teens

Annual trips to the doctor are always a good idea—especially for teenagers.

Dealing With Dyslexia

Your teen hates reading out loud and isn’t the best student, but is a brilliant artist and a natural computer whiz. Could this be a sign of something deeper?

Skin Cancer Prevention During Adolescence

It’s not too early to talk to your preteen and teenage kids about skin cancer prevention.

Depression and Your Teenager

Learn how to tell the difference between normal teenage angst and a clinical disorder.

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