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  • Talking to Your Doctor for Teens


    Your best resource for health information and advice is your doctor - the person who knows you, your medical history, and accurate medical information to answer your questions.

  • Delayed Speech or Language Development for Parents


    Knowing what's "normal" and what's not in speech and language development can help you figure out if you should be concerned or if your child is right on schedule.

  • Talking to Your Child About Puberty for Parents


    Talking to kids about puberty is an important job for parents, especially because kids often hear about sex and relationships from unreliable sources. Here are some tips.

  • Talking to Parents About Depression for Teens


    If you feel depressed, you need to reach out for help and support. Read our tips for teens on talking to parents about depression.

  • Talking to Your Kids About STDs for Parents


    Your kids need to understand how STDs spread and how to protect themselves. Here's how to talk to them about sexually transmitted diseases.

  • How to Talk to Your Child About the News for Parents


    News reports are often educational. But when stories are about violence or other disturbing topics, parents can find it hard to explain to kids. Here are some guidelines.

  • Talking to Your Partner About Condoms for Teens


    Some people - even those who are having sex - are embarrassed by the topic of condoms. Here are some tips for talking about condoms with your partner.

  • Group Projects for School for Kids


    Group projects can be a great learning experience if you know how to plan them out and work together. Find out how in this article for kids.

  • Gossip for Kids


    Gossiping can hurt someone's feelings, including yours if people are gossiping about you! Find out more in this article for kids.

  • Talking to Your Child About Periods for Parents


    Kids reaching puberty should already know what's going to happen to their bodies. Here are some tips for talking to your daughter about menstruation.