If my teen is healthy, does he or she really need an annual checkup? The answer is YES, and here are some reasons why your child may need an annual checkup.
Here are the biggest reasons teens shy away from orthodontics, and why those fears are unnecessary. Teens often think that braces will hurt, that an orthodontic treatment takes a long time and braces will make them look bad.
You may be surprised that some of the things you've heard about acne like what causes it and how to deal with it aren't actually true. Keep reading to find out some fast facts.
You might hear: “If you haven’t started puberty by the time you are 10 you should see a doctor.” Wrong. Puberty starts at different times for different people. Sometimes puberty can still be going on when you are in your twenties.
Eating habits for a teenager are part of her chance to establish her own life choices. Take your child seriously, but beware that newly adopted notions she has about food might not always be the healthiest choices.
After many conversations with teens and parents struggling with weight loss, here are 5 common myths that often hold people back from success!
There are some fitness-related questions and misconceptions most teenagers have. Here are some myths that you need to get over.
Here are 5 common myths about addiction that you and your teen need to know. One of them is that addiction is a disease and there is nothing one can do about it.