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    When Emma Roberts won the role of a bratty pop star in Celeste and Jesse Forever (opening in August), she was thrilled. Of course she was delighted to be playing opposite Rashida Jones, known for her roles in NBC's Parks and Recreation and The Office. But Roberts was also pretty excited about playin

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    Taylor Lautner used to be a skinny teenager. Now, he's a symbol of ripped fitness. Lautner, of course, stars in the Twilight movie series. And when you're playing a werewolf, you can't be wimpy. Trainer Jordan Yuam guided Lautner from meek to muscular. Here, he shares the keys to Lautner's workout s

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    Partying sounds fun. But sometimes, parties get out of hand. Here are seven risky scenarios and ways to work around them. You already know that it's illegal if you're underage. But alcohol is often part of parties -- and some teens drink so much that they put their lives at risk. "I've seen people c

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  4. Teen Girls' Guide to Teen Boys

    You may be noticing guys more often than when you were a kid. Understanding boys can be tricky. So here’s the inside scoop on what teen guys go through. Boys usually begin puberty between the ages of 10 and 15. That's two years later than most girls. Starting at about age 12 or 13, and as early as 9

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    When you like someone, it can be tough to tell if they like you back. But if you're ever going to get together, you have to start somewhere. Figuring out if someone likes you is the first step toward a healthy relationship. So here's how to do that. Hint: It's all about healthy self-esteem for yours

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    A new girl starts at a high school and soon begins dating a guy. They break up. Other students start calling her names and spreading sex-related rumors about her. Even though her teachers know what's going on, they ignore it. This isn't just bullying. It's sexual harassment. And if this happens to y

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    When you first started dating, you were so into your boyfriend/girlfriend. Now you're just not feeling it anymore. You want out. How do you break up without making someone miserable -- or making them hate you forever? Don't stress -- that's not good for you. But first, here's what NOT to do: Don't t

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    There's a lot going on in your life -- school, friends, relationships, body changes -- so it's no surprise that your emotions are all over the place sometimes. So how do you know if your roller coaster of feelings is normal or something that could be a problem? Start by asking yourself these questio

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  9. Dealing with Early Puberty

    Puberty isn't easy -- especially when you go through it before any of your friends. "It's a huge amount of change in a very short period of time," says Pamela Murray, MD, MPH. "Change is always tough." Murray is a pediatrics professor at West Virginia University. Your body is going to go through a l

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    It can be tough to start puberty way after other guys you know. They're already growing, their voices are changing. And you might be stuck with this: Teased at school for being short People think you're younger than you are Have trouble keeping up with bigger, stronger guys in PE or sports Feel left

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