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American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: "Talking to your Kids About Sex."
American Academy of Pediatrics: "Talking to Kids and Teens About Social Media and Sexting."
American Medical Association: "Medication Safety Disposal Guide."
American Psychological Association Practice Organization: "APA Stress Survey: Children are more stressed than parents realize."
The Anti-Drug.com: "Signs & Symptoms of Teen Drinking and Drug Use," "Prescription Drug Dangers," "Preventing Prescription Drug Abuse."
Common Sense Media: "Girls and Body Image Tips."
Consumer Healthcare Products Association: "Preventing Teen Cough Medicine Abuse: A Parent's Guide."
Kids and Media: "Parental Controls for Android."
Nemours Foundation: "Kids and Smoking," "Kids and Alcohol," "Cutting," "Childhood Stress," "Connecting with Your Preteen."
National Health information Center: "Talk with Your Teen about Healthy Relationships"
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: "Prevent Cyberbullying," "What You Can Do."
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