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Bullying can mean the difference between life and death--and it has for a number of gay teens whose suicides have made headlines in the past month.
Physical activity is important for kids of all ages. Here are some tips to encourage your teenagers to be healthy and active through exercise.
The article explores how psychiatric and medical professions have treated children who either defy our assumptions about the relationship between biological
You just found out that your child is lesbian, gay, or bisexual (LGB). Now what? Parental rejection can lead to terrible health consequences.
Gay-straight alliances are student-led school clubs for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth and their straight allies. How to get one in your school.
Worried about teen pregnancy? What parents need to know and do to help prevent teen pregnancy.
Steps every school can take to make a safer environment for lesbian, gay, and bisexual students.
The article discusses sexual activity among adolescents and the importance of sex education.
Some fact sheets and myths related to pregnancy, for teens.
Dating violence affects women regardless of their age, but teens are particularly vulnerable.  In fact, women age 16 to 24 experience the highest per capita
As a parent, what can you do to prevent teen pregnancy? Plenty, it turns out!
Exploring sexual orientation is a normal part of the teen years. Here are some advice on how parents can support your teenagers with understanding their
Discusses topics focused on teen sexuality including sexual behaviors, intercourse, sexual orientations, contraceptive use, STD's, and pregnancy.
HB363, the piece of legislation recently vetoed in Utah, attempted to outlaw teaching anything but abstinence-only sex education. This controversy raised the question; what's the best way to teach about sexuality? Get the facts with this sex ed 101.
Peer exclusion and victimization of LBGQ youth result in lower levels of belonging and are a form of bullying.
Kids need guidance, approval and support at all ages. Ten tips for parents to help their children avoid teen pregnancy.
Answering questions about sex and reproduction from your children is sometimes difficult. To help, here are 10 tips from the experts.
It might be tough to see them move out, but teens who plan to live independently for the first time are at a crucial developmental milestone. These traits will help you gauge if your child's ready for the change.
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