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Talk to Your Kids about Sex: Quick Guide to Healthy Living

Also available in: Spanish 

Teach your children the facts about their bodies, sex, and relationships. This will help them stay healthy and make good choices as they grow up.... Details >

National Health Information Center, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Talk to Your Kids about Tobacco, Alcohol, and Drugs: Quick Guide to Healthy Living

Talk to your child about the dangers of tobacco, alcohol, and drugs. Knowing the facts will help your child make healthy choices.... Details >

National Health Information Center, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

10 Tips for Parents to Help Their Children Avoid Teen Pregnancy  External Link

These 10 tips can help parents maintain strong, close relationships with children and teens, and help their children pass safely into adulthood pregnancy-free. ... Details >

National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy  External Link

15 Ways to Help Your Kid through Crisis - (PDF)  External Link

Read how you can help your child before, during and after a crisis.... Details >

KidsPeace  External Link

7 Standards of Effective Parenting - (PDF)  External Link

Here are some tips to help parents grow emotionally and physically healthy children.... Details >

KidsPeace  External Link

About Birth Control: What Parents Need to Know  External Link

Kids may not feel comfortable approaching parents with questions about sexuality but let them know your views on sex and birth control. Knowing where you stand helps kids make choices that are right f... Details >

The Nemours Foundation  External Link

Adolescent Development

Read this article to learn about the physical, psychological and sexual development of teens. Tips for parents in dealing with common conflicts between parents and teens are included as well.... Details >

National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health

Adventures in Parenting

For over 30 years, the NICHD has conducted and supported research in parenting and child development. RPM3 does more than tell stories about what people think about parenting; it incorporates 30 years... Details >

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, National Institutes of Health

Answering Questions About Alcohol

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What can you say to people who think teen drinking is not a serious problem? Find common questions neighbors and friends may ask about teen drinking—and the answers. ... Details >

Federal Trade Commission

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