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  1. Help for Mood Disorders

    If you think you or a friend or family member might have depression or another mood disorder, tell someone—a parent, an adult friend, a teacher, or a doctor. If you don’t tell someone, things probably will get worse, not better. To diagnose a mood disorder, a doctor talks to you about your feelings

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  2. Happier Hormones: Treating Period Pain With the Pill

      Thirteen-year-old Brooke came to see me for horrible cramps. High-dose Motrin cut her pain in half within a few months. I could have prescribed oral hormones, but I usually try to avoid prescribing hormones within two years of the first menstrual period, while systems are still “working out the ki

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  3. Going to Pot: The Risks of Smoking Marijuana

      One of my patients, Beth, sixteen, smoked pot several times a week. Her mom knew about it but was afraid if she told Beth to stop, it would make things worse. “Then she’d just do it behind my back,” her mother told me. I told Beth the facts about marijuana and encouraged her to quit. “The health r

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  4. Be Street Smart About Street Drugs

    If you think all drug users are gang members, rock stars, pro athletes, or homeless people, guess again. Hard-drug users are also suburban housewives, doctors, movie stars, and even high school students, like my patient Leslie. Smart and pretty, Leslie tried cocaine at age sixteen when her friends t

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  5. Dr. Ashton's Five Simple Rules for a Healthy Sex Life

      1. Never tell your boyfriend you’re on the pill. Yes, you heard me right. I’m telling you to lie to your boyfriend. Because, I promise you, if he knows you’re on the pill or another form of birth control, he won’t use a condom every time. And you always need to use two forms of birth control—one t

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  6. Mean Girls: How to Deal With Them

    Middle school is an awkward time for a lot of girls. At that age, it can be so hard to fit in. For Anna Thomas, middle school in metro Atlanta was a total nightmare. "I remember a bunch of girls would stare at me at lunch and make fun of me," Thomas, who is now 18, remembers. "People would walk by m

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  7. Your Life Online

    Amanda Randolph says she was just 15 when she "met" a 44-year-old man in an online chat room. Amanda was looking for someone to talk to. She was lonely. All the attention at home was focused on her older sister, who was pregnant with twins. "I was telling him that basically my home life sucked becau

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  8. Try a Healing Touch Massage

    Imagine having a healing touch massage after a major exam at school. What about a full-time masseuse to give "as needed" massages at your after-school job or after you work out at the gym? Okay, these ideas may seem ideal and a bit pricey. But many experts agree that a healing touch massage can help

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