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New Web Resource for Parents of Tweens & Teens

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The Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) just went live with their revised health sites for the parents of teens and preteens. Supported in part by a grant from the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health (LPFCH), the health care team that bring you We're Talking Teen Health and We're Talking, Too: Preteen Health have done it again. The revised site is easy to read and includes links to the information in the teen and preteen site for parents to give their children, or read themselves to know what their children already know.

On each page parents will not only find links to the "We're Talking Health" content, but also book reviews, and links to other relevant resources outside PAMF. To make the site more interactive, there also are polls about parenting issues, a good search function, and links to a portion of the site where you can rate the books that have been recommended. It is a one-stop information shop for parents looking for resources and information about their teens and tweens. You can access the new parent site, as well as the complementary site for parents of younger children, at http://www.pamf.org/parents/. Happy searching!

Photo Credit: Poor Yorick

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Dr. Brown is a developmental psychologist specializing in adolescent health.

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