A website that is designed as a source of answers for questions that older teens ask but it can be just as useful for parents.
A website created by the Palo Alto Medical Foundation that provides information on the types of changes that occur in females during puberty.
A website designed by the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford that provides information on male and female children, ages 13 to 18, and the specific changes that their bodies undergo in the adolescent years.
A website created by Virginia Cooperative Extension that gives information on adolescent Physical, Cognitive, and Psycho-Social changes, how these effect the teenage years and what you as a parent can do to help your child through these changes.
A movie made by The Learning Channel (TLC) on the physical changes that occur in adolescence and specifically, what happens in the brain during this time.
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