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  • Sexual Health for Teens


    Learn the facts about sexual health with articles about puberty, menstruation, infections, and just about everything else you wanted to know, for guys and girls.

  • Sports Center for Teens


    Get tips on everything from choosing the best sport for you to dealing with sports pressure and injuries.

  • Testicular Torsion for Teens


    This emergency condition happens when the spermatic cord gets twisted and cuts off blood supply, causing pain and swelling. Find out what to do in this article for teens.

  • Stomachaches for Teens


    Lots of different problems can cause similar kinds of stomach pain - not all of them related to the digestive system. Here are some clues about what could be going on.

  • Testicular Torsion for Parents


    This emergency condition causes extreme genital pain and usually requires surgery to save a boy's testicle. If your son has groin pain, get him to a doctor right away.

  • Diseases & Conditions for Teens


    From asthma to ulcers, this section is loaded with articles about diseases and conditions that can affect teens. Look here for health information and resources for yourself or someone you care about.

  • Safety Tips: Lacrosse for Teens


    When everyone's moving so fast and using sticks to sling a solid rubber ball around, injuries are bound to happen in lacrosse. Here's how to avoid them.

  • Food & Fitness for Teens


    Ever wonder if some diets are really safe? Or how you can excel at sports? Get the lowdown on healthy eats, dieting, strength training, eating disorders, steroids, and more.

  • Undescended Testicles for Parents


    Shortly before birth, a boy's testicles usually descend into the scrotum. When a testicle doesn't make the move, this is called cryptorchidism, or undescended testicles.

  • Ultrasound: Scrotum for Parents


    Doctors order a scrotal ultrasound when they're concerned about symptoms such as scrotal pain or swelling.