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Our health guides for teens and young men are full of easy-to-understand information, on just about any topic you might be wondering about, from Acne to STIs. They're written by our dedicated staff of health care professionals.

 

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Abstinence

Abusive Relationships

Acne

Acupuncture

ADHD: A Guide for Parents

ADHD: A Guide for Teens

Alcohol and Teens: A Guide for Parents

Alcohol: A Guide for Teens

Alcohol, Your Body, and Your Brain

Alcohol, Energy Drinks, and Caffeine

Alcohol and Legal Issues

Alcohol Abuse/Alcohol Dependence

Getting Help

Anger Management

Annual Check-Up

Appendicitis

Asthma

Common Symptoms

Causes and Triggers

Dealing with Triggers

Exercise Induced Asthma

Getting Diagnosed

Treatment

When to Get Help

Asthma Action Plan

Living with Asthma

Resources

Athlete's Foot

Autism

 

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Backpack Safety

Becoming a Father

How to Help During the Pregnancy

Your Role as a Father

Rights & Responsibilities

Providing for Your Child

Parenting Resources

Begin with Breakfast

Be There for Teens: A Guide for Parents

Bike Safety

Bipolar Disorder

Birth Control: A Guys' Guide

Abstinence

Male Condoms

Withdrawal

Female Barrier Methods

Female Hormonal Methods

Other Female Methods

Bladder Exstrophy

BMI: A Guide for Parents, Educators, School Nurses, and Health Care Providers

BMI: A Guide for Teens

Body Odor

Body Piercing

Bug Bites and Stings

 

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Caffeine

Calcium

Celiac Disease

Chlamydia

Cholesterol

Choosing a Primary Health Care Provider (PCP)

Who PCP's Are & Why You Need One

How to Find a PCP

Health Plans & Health Care Providers

Check-Ups

Confidentiality

If You Don't Like Your PCP

When to Visit Your PCP

Cigarette Smoking

Circumcision

Cliques

Colds and Flu

True or False

Signs and Symptoms

Treatment/Getting Better

Prevention

College Application Tips

College Eating and Fitness 101

College Health:

Knowing About My Health Before I Go to College

Health Services and Health Care Providers

How to Stay Healthy

Some Common Health Problems at College

Mental Health

Homesickness

Eating Disorders

Alcohol and Drugs

Sexual Health

Violence/Abuse in Relationships

Resources: Hotlines, Websites, & Books

Survival Tips

Concussions

Symptoms & Early Medical Attention

Exam & Treatment

Recovery

Prevention

Constipation

Coping with Loss

Counseling and Therapy

Cuts and Scrapes

 

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Dandruff

Dark Green Leafy Vegetable

Dating Violence

What Is Dating Violence?

Dating Violence Quizzes

How to Stop Being Abusive

Healthy vs. Abusive Relationships

How to Leave an Abusive Relationship

How to Help a Friend In an Abusive Relationship

Resources

Dealing with Divorce and Separation

Deep Breathing Exercises

Dehydration

Dental Health

Keeping Your Teeth Clean

Cavities

Wisdom Teeth

Braces

Depression and Teens: A Guide for Parents

Treatment Options

Helping Your Son Cope With Depression

How To Get Help For Your Teen

Depression: A Guide for Teens

How to Get Help

Treatment Options

Coping with Depression

Diabetes

Dietary Fat and Cholesterol

Driving Safety

Becoming a Good Driver

Driving Safety Tips

Car Accidents

Frequently Asked Questions

Dyslexia

 

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Eating Disorders

Warning Signs and Symptoms

Evaluation and Treatment

Therapy

Healthy Eating

Body Image and Self-Esteem

Glossary

Myths

Helping A Friend

Eczema

Emergency Contraception

Energy Drinks

Enterovirus D68

Erections

Evaluating Health Information: A Guide for Parents

Evaluating Health Information: A Guide for Teens

Eye Health

How Your Eyes Work

Eye Exam/Vision Testing

Corrective Lenses

Glasses

Contacts

Common Vision Problems

Common Eye Conditions

Protecting Your Eyes

Frequently Asked Questions

 

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Fad Diets vs. Healthy Weight Management

Fast Food Facts

Fiber

Folic Acid

Friendship Issues

 

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Gambling

Gardasil® (HPV Vaccine): A Guide for Teens

Gardasil® (HPV Vaccine): A Guide for Parents

Gluten-Free Diet: A Guide for Teens

Gluten-Free Diet: A Guide for Parents

Gonorrhea

Grains

Gynecomastia

 

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H1N1 Flu

Hair Loss and Male Pattern Baldness (Androgenetic Alopecia)

Halitosis (Bad Breath)

Healthy Eating

Healthy Relationships

Sibling Relationships

Relationships with Friends

Dating Relationships

Relationships with Parents

Healthy Sleep Habits

Healthy Snacks

Healthy Weight Gain for Teens: A Guide for Parents

Hearing and Music

Hepatitis B

Herpes

HIV/AIDS

HIV Testing

Living with HIV

Living with HIV: Getting Organized

Living with HIV: Staying on Track

Living with HIV: How to Deal

Living with HIV: Social Life

Living with HIV: To Tell Or Not To Tell

How to be a Healthy Vegetarian

How to Prepare for a Job Interview

How to Quit Smoking

Human Papillomavirus (HPV)

 

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Indoor Tanning

Insomnia

Internet Safety

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Iron

 

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Jock Itch

 

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Lactose Intolerance

Legumes

Low-Carb Diet Facts

Low-Salt Diet

Lyme Disease

 

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Making Healthy Sexual Decisions

Talking With Your Partner

Getting Advice & What to Ask

Emergency Contraception

Sexual Orientation

Are You Ready for Sex?

Marijuana

Masturbation

Medical Research in the Clinic Setting

Meditation

Meningococcal Vaccine: A Guide for Teens

Meningococcal Vaccine: A Guide for Parents

Migraine Headaches

Milk Allergy

Mindful Eating

Molluscum Contagiosum

Mononucleosis

Motorcycle Safety

MRI

Muscle Sprains

 

 

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Nosebleeds

Nutrition and Teens: A Guide for Parents

Nutrition Facts Label

 

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Obesity: A Guide for Parents

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

 

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Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder

Peanut Allergy

Pearly Penile Papules

Peer Pressure

Penis Size

Pinkeye (Conjunctivitis)

Poison Ivy

Preparing for Inpatient or "Overnight" Surgery

Preparing for Outpatient or "Day" Surgery

Protein

Psoriasis

Puberty in Girls, a Guys' Guide

Puberty in Guys

Pubic Lice (Crabs)

 

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Reiki

Removing Pubic Hair

Ringworm

 

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Safety On the Streets

Scabies

Scoliosis

Scoliosis and Spinal Deformities

Self-Esteem and Body Image

Self Injury

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

Gender Identity

Homophobia/Transphobia

Mental Health Issues

Helpful Resources

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)

Shaving

Sinusitis

Smokeless Tobacco

Sore Throat

Soy

Sports & Nutrition: Fueling your Performance

Staying Safe at Parties

Steroids & Supplements: Information About Performance-Enhancing Substances

Strep Throat

Stress & How to Lower It

Stuttering

Sugar Substitutes

Suicide Prevention

Sun Safety

Syphilis

 

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Tattoos

Test Anxiety

Testicular Self Exam

Testicular Torsion

Time Management

Tips for Staying Healthy

Tonsillitis

Transitioning from Pediatric to Adult Health Care: A Guide for Parents

Transitions: Getting Older and Changing Health Care Providers

Trichomoniasis

 

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Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

 

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Varicoceles: A Guide for Parents

Varicoceles: A Guide for Teens

Vitamin B-12

Vitamin D

 

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Water Park Safety

Water Safety

Wet Dreams

Whooping Cough and the Pertussis Vaccine: A Guide for Parents

Whooping Cough and the Pertussis Vaccine: A Guide for Teens

 

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Yoga

 

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Zinc

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