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Alcohol Self-Assessment Quiz - Knowing the difference between social drinking and alcohol abuse can help you get the guidance you need to protect your future. American Heart Association - Healthier Kids. A Brush Chart - A colorful reminder to brush your teeth at least twice a day [from Colgate]. Brush Chart to Color - another tooth brushing chart to print.
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The best health sites for kids
Resources for Children and Teens
Kids are naturally curious about their bodies—how they work, what's going on when they get sick, why and how they're changing—especially when they hit the tween and teen years. If you've ever tried to search for information using a search engine like Google, though, you'll know the results can be pretty eye-opening—and not in a good way. So steer them to one of these kid-friendly sites for health-professional-vetted information and advice. This site provides a wealth of information that's parsed for kids and teens separately. Kids can find out what causes hiccups, what it means to be big boned or why people need to sleep, among many other things. Plus, there's a section devoted to explaining adult health problems like Alzheimers, heart disease and ulcers.
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Nutrition Websites For Kids and Teens
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Skip to Content. The rapid changes that affect kids' bodies and minds can be confusing, if not scary. And talking about their feelings can be hard, so it can help them to use outside resources. These thoughtful sites give kids and teens a forum where they can ask honest questions and get candid responses about their physical and mental health.