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Tweens & Teens

Safety Tips for Students Abroad

Traveling abroad to study and experience other cultures continues to grow for teens across the country

Study Reveals Possible Brain Damage in Young Adult Binge-Drinkers

Study shows how binge drinking among teens could damage a still-developing brain.

7 of the Top 10 Deadliest Days for Teens Occur During the Summer Months

With deadly traffic crashes peaking for teens during the summer months, AAA urges parents of teens to increase their focus on safety.

A Message to Students: Adderall Adds Nothing

The pressure to achieve has created bad habits, including cheating and plagiarizing just to make the grade. Now comes the latest response to this pressure: Adderall.

Lock Your Meds! You May Be a Drug Supplier Without Knowing It

Every day more than 4,000 young people begin experimenting with prescription drugs and the number of admissions to treatment facilities has increased 400% in the last 10 years.

10 Tall Tales about Bedwetting

Here are 10 myths to leave behind on your journey to dry nights.

Depression, Teens, and Facebook

Social networks have become the place teens "hang out." However it can become a world of loneliness and a constant reminder of perceived shortcomings.

How to Beat Bedwetting Just in Time for Summer Camp

Here are some simple steps you and your child can take now to achieve dry nights by summer!

8 Frugal Tips To Help Your Teen Feel Like Prom Royalty

Follow these eight savvy tips to help your teen feel like prom royalty without blowing your budget:

Innocent Victims: Help Prevent Child Sexual Abuse

What can you do to keep your children safe? Here are some specific tips.

NJ Gets Tough on Bullies

NJ Governor Chris Christie signed the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights.

Why We Laugh: An Academic Approach to April Fools' Day

On April Fools’ Day, Cindy Gendrich’s students may have an advantage when planning practical jokes.

Fast Food & The Lean, Mean Teen

Here are seven fast-food-savvy nutrition tips for your teen (and for you!)—some of which may surprise you.

A Girl's First Pap Test: New Guidelines to Understand

The guidelines regarding when a girl should have a Pap smear have changed. Now, no girl under the age of 21 needs a Pap test, even if she has been sexually active.

YouTube Teen Brawls Make Me Ask Parents: What's Going On?

Girls are acting out, filming it, and putting it up on YouTube. Oh yes, and it is getting a lot of attention.