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Nine Steps to More Effective Parenting - KidsHealth

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This article offers nine general principles which parents can use to ensure that they are providing caring, consistent parenting for their children. The content can help parents strike...more
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This article offers nine general principles which parents can use to ensure that they are providing caring, consistent parenting for their children. The content can help parents strike a balance between nurturing and discipline as their child grows.

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Children and Family Moves - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article from the American Academy of Child Psychology on helping children cope with a move. ...more
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An article from the American Academy of Child Psychology on helping children cope with a move.

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Home Alone Children - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article from the American Academy of Child Psychology on "latchkey kids" and how parents should handle the situation. ...more
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An article from the American Academy of Child Psychology on "latchkey kids" and how parents should handle the situation.

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Children who Steal - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article to help parents cope and understand why a child would steal. ...more
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An article to help parents cope and understand why a child would steal.

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Pets and Children - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article about helping children become comfortable with pets and handle the responsibility. ...more
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An article about helping children become comfortable with pets and handle the responsibility.

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Parenting - Preparing for Adolescence - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article helping parents prepare for their child's adolescence. ...more
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An article helping parents prepare for their child's adolescence.

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Children and Firearms - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article on addressing the issues of children and firearms. ...more
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An article on addressing the issues of children and firearms.

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Children and Divorce - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article addressing how children process divorce and what parents can do. ...more
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An article addressing how children process divorce and what parents can do.

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Teenagers and Eating Disorders - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article addressing the many issues that surround teenagers and eating disorders. ...more
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An article addressing the many issues that surround teenagers and eating disorders.

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Children's Threats - When are They Serious? - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article addressing children's threats and how parents should interpret them. ...more
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An article addressing children's threats and how parents should interpret them.

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Teens and Safe Driving - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article focusing on how to help teens become safer drivers. ...more
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An article focusing on how to help teens become safer drivers.

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Normal Development: Middle and Early High School - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article about the change in children as they develop. ...more
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An article about the change in children as they develop.

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Normal Adolescent Development: Late High School - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article about the development of teens as they enter the upper high school years. ...more
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An article about the development of teens as they enter the upper high school years.

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Children Online - American Academy of Child Psychology

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A short article about basic rules parents can use when letting children online. ...more
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A short article about basic rules parents can use when letting children online.

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Children and TV Violence - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article about violence on tv and how parents can reduce it's impact. ...more
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An article about violence on tv and how parents can reduce it's impact.

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Children and Sports - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article on sports and children and its many benefits. ...more
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An article on sports and children and its many benefits.

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Gay and Lesbian Adolescents - American Academy of Child Psychology

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What to Do if You are Raped - American Academy of Family Practitioners

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Background on rape, and what to do if one becomes a victim. ...more
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Background on rape, and what to do if one becomes a victim.

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Domestic Violence - Protecting Yourself and Your Children - American Academy of Family Practitioners

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Background on Domestic Violence and how to cope. ...more
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Background on Domestic Violence and how to cope.

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Parenting Corner Q &A: HIV and AIDS - American Academy of Pediatrics

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The American Academy of Pediatrics offers answers for parents about HIV/AIDS. Intended for adults, this site may also provide basic information for high school students. ...more
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The American Academy of Pediatrics offers answers for parents about HIV/AIDS. Intended for adults, this site may also provide basic information for high school students.

tag(s): hiv/aids (18), sexuality (14)

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Offer this site as one of many sources for student research during your HIV/AIDS unit in health class. Challenge students to shift perspective and think about how they would tell a younger sibling or their own (future) child about HIV/AIDS.

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