This is an urgent message to the 5.3 million American teens that vape: Vaping hurts your lungs and depresses your immune system---that combo may put you at higher risk for complications from viral infections of all kinds, including Covid-19.
Navigating the terrain of fast-changing marijuana laws and the explosion of unregulated products like CBD can be daunting—and downright dangerous—for young people
Most kids who vape and Juul are beginning to understand the health risks of nicotine addiction.
The use of vaping devices such as JUUL has reached epidemic proportions among adolescents and even preteens.
Most teens who attempt or complete suicide will tell a friend beforehand.
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Eating disorders are serious and potentially life-threatening illnesses.
Teenagers are the fastest growing population at risk for relationship abuse.
April is Alcohol Awareness Month
Help raise awareness to this growing danger.
The best defense against STDs is knowledge.
Teen stress can lead to more serious health problems.
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in the US.
Teach your students the positive benefits of being active now; it will pave the way for a lifetime of good health.
The US has the highest rates of teen pregnancy and births in the western industrialized world.
Every day, thousands of kids are afraid to go to school because of bullies.
Inexperience, drowsy driving, speeding, driving under the influence all threaten the safety of young drivers.
Perfect for teacher workshops or parent/teachers groups.
Not everyone learns the same way.
Increase the amount of fruits and vegetables you eat and reduce your risk of chronic diseases.
Educate your students about the dangers of prescription and OTC drugs.
September 6-12,2020 Aims to raise awareness at the prevention of suicide.
The threat of diabetes in teens is becoming a major public health concern.