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With vaping continuing to rise among young people, are we set for a new generation of smokers?
Procrastination looks different for everyone, writes Dr Deborah Trengove. She shares her top procrastination-beating tips.
Too sleepy? In a rush? Or something more concerning? Teenagers often get turned off by breakfast, write Madeline West and Tetyana Rocks. Chat to them to find out why and offer some easy options.
In her new book, Maggie Hamilton explores how we can better prepare our kids for this complex world. In this extract, she looks at how childhood has become derailed – and what we can do to repair it.
Finding that first part-time job can be hard for teens, but as the economy bounces back from COVID, now is a great time to find work. Careers expert Helen Green offers advice for teenagers.
We can help young people to live well online through character education, writes Tom Harrison.
New research confirms that taking part in sport helps children develop important civic values, write Vaughan Cruickshank and Casey Mainsbridge.
Our teens' social media feeds contain images of tanks, bombs, and war-style propaganda, writes Joanne Orlando. Here's how to help them navigate social media 'news' content while minimising any distress.
Parents play an essential role in helping children foster the foundations of healthy friendships, writes Dr Deborah Trengove. She suggests ways to help them navigate the social journey.