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Once a troubled teen herself, author Maia Szalavitz says that putting "kids who are already suffering .
While she includes evidence from several African American and working class high school yearbooks, the majority of her sources (from diaries, interviews, magazines and contemporary longitudinal studies) reveal an emerging teen identity designed by the white middle class.
The appendixes provide specific prevention messages crafted from material drawn from our teen focus groups, user Web sites, and teen magazines.
The Reseda TEEN LINE satellite, which had a soft opening in April, now allows scores of Valley volunteers to work on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays close to home.
Teen blogs offer an outlet for discussing romantic relationships and, especially for boys, disclosing hidden sides of themselves, says psychologist Sandra L.
Parents should not allow their teens to ride with other teen drivers, nor should teens be allowed to transport other teens in the first year of driving, the AAA recommended.
Of course, there's still plenty of room for further decline in the teen pregnancy rate, note Mr.
Teens can get tips on how to handle the pressures related to playing competitive sports at: http://kidshealth.
When a teen spends hours on the phone listening to her best friend cry about a bad day, she's involved in an intimate relationship.
The majority of the teens were African American and Hispanic; only one white teen was enrolled.
Recognizing that potential teen camp counselors may face peer pressure not to participate in camp, recruitment materials should be engaging, modern, and should describe the nature of camp volunteerism.