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Building trust in your teenagers

Trust is an important part of any relationship. It represents your belief in someone’s good sense, ability or honesty. As your child gets older and starts becoming more independent, it can be difficult to find the balance between a teenager’s need for independence and privacy, and your need to know what’s happening to keep them safe. Find out how you can stay involved in your child’s life through building a trusting relationship.

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Cyber-bullying in teenagers

When harassment and intimidation take place online, it’s called cyber-bullying. This kind of bullying can be especially hard to deal with, since it can be difficult to control and visible to a large number of people. Chances are your child spends a lot of time online, so it’s important to make sure you know what to do if online behavior gets nasty. Learn what cyber-bullying is, how it impacts young people, and get some tips on how you and your child can deal with it.

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Social Media Impact in Teenagers

It can be a difficult to understand why your teenager uses social media so much. It might seem like they’re always online, and always distracted from the life in front of them. This page will help you learn more about social media and teens, why it matters to them, and what the risks and benefits of social media can be.

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Public Health Preparedness and Response

Be prepared to protect your health until help arrives. Have a strategy for staying informed, healthy, and in contact. Team up with neighbors to help build community health resilience. Learn how to prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies then share what you’ve learned with others to help build more resilient communities.

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5 preguntas difíciles que debemos hacer a un paciente terminal

Por más complicadas que estas charlas puedan llegar a ser, al evitarlas estamos privando a un ser humano de la oportunidad de decidir, de despedirse bajos sus propios términos. ¿Quién de nosotros no ha tenido un encuentro con un paciente (de cualquier edad) para el cual, tristemente, no existe nada más que podamos hacer para […]

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