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  • Book Review: Boy's Guide to Becoming a Teen

    In 2006 the American Medical Association published a wonderful book called "The Boy's Guide to Becoming a Teen." There are not many good books about puberty for boys out there, so I thought I would review this one for the fabulous readers of Teen ...

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  • Half Full or Half Empty?

    Sometimes I think the hardest "issues" to handle as a parent are the issues that reflect different ways of just being in the world. I am a serious optimist and see everything as an opportunity and an experience to be had. One of my daughters appro...

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  • Thank You: Grand Rounds 3.54

    Thank you Dr. Rob at Musings of a Distractible Mind for hosting Grand Rounds 3.54 this week and including a link to Teen Health 411. This week was very fun to read and wonderfully strung together - thank you very much!Photo Credit: web_guy94301

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  • California Ranks 48th in Country for the Number of College-Bound High School Grads

    The National Center for Higher Education Management Systems reports that less than 44% of California's high school graduates attend college within a year compared to nearly 70% in states like New York. This suggests that schools and families are n...

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  • Thank You - Grand Rounds 4.48

    Thanks to Kerri at Six Until Me for hosting Grand Rounds 4.48 this week and including a post from Teen Health 411 about stress fractures.This week was fun reading and I loved the theme of the card catalog - which I know my kids have never even see...

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  • My Kid is Going To College!

    OMG! WTF? Are you kidding? I am not ready! Those 17 years sure blew by fast - I still remember singing to her while rubbing my pregnant belly! How the heck will we all manage? I take it all back - encouraging independence, providing a great educat...

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  • Sleep Awareness

    March 3-8 is National Sleep Awareness Week, and just FYI healthy adults are supposed to get 7-9 hours of sleep each night. Unfortunately, the CDC reports that from 1985 to 2006 the number of adults reporting fewer than six hours of sleep each nigh...

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  • Thank You - Grand Rounds 6.22

    Thank you Michael Kirsch, MD at MD Whistleblower for hosting Grand Rounds 6.22 this week and including a post from Teen Health 411 about being an ally for transgender people.This week was certainly an education and a great opportunity to experien...

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  • Thank You - Grand Rounds 5.9

    Thanks to Dr. Deb at Psychological Perspectives for including a post about parent/doctor teamwork from Teen Health 411 in Grand Rounds this week.I enjoyed the simplicity of this week and the ability to scan so many of the submissions easily.Photo ...

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  • Setting an Example: The Best Way to Defeat Bullying

    As children, most parents likely experienced bullying as someone bigger and meaner physically threatening someone smaller or weaker. Bullying is still a problem in schools, but the nature of the intimidation is more likely to be gossiping, spreadi...

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

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