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Media and Body Image

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How can the media make me feel bad about my body Images of what the media believes are ideal women are everywhereon TV in movies online in magazines in ads and in video games You may begin to believe that these images show what is normal But the weights and body types of women you see in the media...

June 2016

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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Teens

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What does LGBT stand for LGBT is an abbreviation for lesbian gay bisexual and transgender These terms describe a persons sexual orientationa persons emotional or sexual attraction to other people Gay describes a person either male or female who is attracted to people of the same sex Straight descr...

February 2016

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Birth Control (Especially for Teens)

FAQ112

What things should I think about when choosing a birth control method To choose the right birth control method for you consider the following How well it prevents pregnancy How easy it is to use Whether you need a prescription to get it Whether it protects against sexually transmitted infections S...

December 2015

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Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination

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What is human papillomavirus HPV Human papillomavirus HPV is a virus Like all viruses HPV causes infection by entering cells Once inside a cell HPV takes control of the cells internal machinery and uses it to make copies of itself These copies then infect other nearby cells Womens Health What is h...

November 2015

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Vulvovaginal Health

FAQ190

What is human papillomavirus HPV Human papillomavirus HPV is a virus Like all viruses HPV causes infection by entering cells Once inside a cell HPV takes control of the cells internal machinery and uses it to make copies of itself These copies then infect other nearby cells Womens Health What is t...

November 2015

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You and Your Sexuality (Especially for Teens)

FAQ042

What happens during puberty When puberty starts your brain sends signals to certain parts of the body to start growing and changing These signals are called hormones Hormones make your body change and start looking more like an adults see FAQ041 Your Changing BodyEspecially for Teens Hormones also...

August 2015

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Your First Period (Especially for Teens)

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What is puberty Puberty is a time when your body begins to change to become more like an adults Starting your menstrual period is one of these changes What is a menstrual period When puberty begins your brain signals your body to produce hormones Some of these hormones prepare your body each month...

May 2015

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Your Changing Body: Puberty in Girls (Especially for Teens)

FAQ041

What is puberty Puberty is the time when your body changes and becomes more like an adult When does puberty start It is normal for changes to start as early as 8 years old or as late as 13 years old Puberty starts when your brain sends signals to certain parts of the body to start growing and chan...

May 2015

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Having a Baby (Especially for Teens)

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What is prenatal care Prenatal care is the health care you get while you are pregnant It includes medical care education and counseling The earlier you get prenatal care the better your chances are for a healthy pregnancy and baby Especially For Teens What is prenatal care What may happen at my fi...

April 2015

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21 Reasons to See a Gynecologist Before Age 21 (Infographic)

Pregnancy Periods Sexuality and Relationships 10 Have safe and healthy relationships with a boyfriend or girlfriend 11 Know when a relationship is threatening or harmful 12 Talk about lesbian gay bisexual and transgender LGBT topics 13 Think things through before you have sex for the first time 14...

March 2015

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