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Expert advice from a school psychologist on understanding your high schooler.
Word to parents: your teens can't avoid peer pressure, but you can teach them decision-making skills to soften the damage.
Many teens experience depression, family conflicts, or feelings of isolation. Here's your guide to finding the right kind of help for your struggling teen.
Few teens are getting the nine hours of sleep per night that researchers say they need. Here's what you can you do about it.
Is it possible to turn struggling teens around? Check out this article for tips on how to motivate your low-achieving teen.
Could later start times at school erase the tradition of the moody and unproductive teenager? Find out why your teen should start school a little later.
Got a daughter between the ages of 9 and 26? Tell her to roll up her sleeve; there's a new vaccine in town, and it's only for girls.
Studies show that one out of four high school students leaves before graduating. Here are some tips for keeping kids in school:
Books can serve as non-judgmental and informative friends to our worried teenagers.
These days, there’s no need to suffer from acne in silence. Today’s teens have an arsenal of acne-fighting choices that are safe and effective. Here's what's new.
How does reality television affect our kids? These prime-time shows can have important lessons, and risks, for teens and preteens.
“Zero tolerance”  in schools is a fairly new phrase with a wide scope of definitions.  Here's a guide for parents to understanding what this term entails.
Puberty comes with an increased sexual drive and feelings of sexual attraction. Why a child develops a specific sexual orientation is a matter of great debate.
Research shows that there aren't as many rebellious teenagers as parents believe there are. Here are some ways to improve your relationship with your teen.
How involved should parents be when kids reach high school? Parenting advice on how to let your high schooler become independent, while supporting them, too.
You've heard about suicide prevention, but experts say there's another equally crucial phase called 'postvention.' Here's what it's about.
Here are some tips to keep your teen safe on the road this summer.
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