Depression for Parents
Depression is the most common mental health disorder in the U.S. If you think your child is depressed, you'll want to learn more about what depression is, what causes it, and what you can do to help.
Mind for Teens
Being healthy means dealing with the changes in your body - and your mind. Relationships, body image, families, emotions ... sort it all out in this section.
Be Your Best Self for Teens
What makes people happy? How can you boost your own happiness? This site has information and exercises based on the science of positive psychology to help you succeed, make a difference, handle difficult emotions, and build good relationship skills.
Gun Safety for Parents
Guns are in many homes, so they're a very real danger to kids, whether you own one or not. Learn how to talk with your kids about gun safety.
Seasonal Affective Disorder for Teens
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that affects some people and appears at the same time each year.
Your Child's Checkup: 13 Years for Parents
Find out what this doctor's visit will involve when your teen is 13.
Your Child's Checkup: 14 Years for Parents
Find out what this doctor's visit will involve when your teen is 14.
Medical Care and Your 13- to 18-Year-Old for Parents
Regular visits help your teen's doctor keep track of changes in physical, mental, and social development. The doctor can also help your teen understand the importance of choosing a healthy lifestyle.
Seasonal Affective Disorder for Parents
A person with SAD typically experiences symptoms of depression as winter approaches and daylight hours become shorter.
Build Good Relationships for Teens
The ability to maintain good relationships helps us in school, work, and all aspects of life. Find out why, and get tips on building skills like compassion and being able to understand others.