TAG For Teens
If you’re a teen, there are a lot of great websites with tools and information to help you get healthy and stay healthy. Check out the links in these four important areas.
Action Steps and Resources
You need to go to the doctor and dentist regularly to stay healthy. These tools can help you find doctors, make the best use of your medical and dental appointments, and learn how to use health insurance.
Getting involved in activities like sports, music, clubs, exercise, volunteering, and mentoring is good for your health!
Positive, supportive relationships with others keep you healthy. Here are some tools for building good friendships, being there for others, and communicating with your parents and other adults.
- Depression and High School Students
- 10 Keys to a Good Friendship
- The Cool Spot
- Talk to Your Parents Or Other Adults
Healthy habits now will help you stay healthy into the future. Here’s some good info on nutrition, exercise, the importance of sleep, preventing drug abuse, and much more.
- Take Charge of Your Health
- Taking Care of Your Body
- Getting Help with Your Health
- Kid-Friendly Veggies and Fruits
- National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) for Teens
- Drug Facts
- Above the Influence: Not Prescribed
- What to Do if You Have a Problem with Drugs: For Teens and Young Adults
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Content last reviewed on March 7, 2018