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Autism Puberty and Adolescence Toolkit
Autism Speaks
Matt Asner talks with Kameena Ballard-Dawkins about the realities of parenting a teen on the Autism spectrum. Kameema, author of the new Autism Speaks tool kit for adolescence and puberty, shares critical information for any parent who is facing the dreaded teen years. To find the download for the free toolkit visit: https://www.autismspeaks.org/science/find-resources-programs/autism-treatment-network/tools-you-can-use/atn-air-p-puberty-adolescence-resource

Are We Feeding Early Puberty
Lee Memorial Health System
Experts call it precocious puberty. Girls are maturing faster than in years past.



Is My Child Too Young to Get the HPV Vaccine?
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
In CDCís ďCan I Ask You a Question?Ē video series, real pediatricians use their expertise to answer parentsí questions about the HPV vaccine and why itís important for preventing cancer. In this video, Dr. Amy Levine answers a neighborís question about if her 11-year-old daughter is too young to get the HPV vaccine.

Do Boys Need the HPV Vaccine?
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
In CDCís ďCan I Ask You a Question?Ē video series, real pediatricians use their expertise to answer parentsí questions about the HPV vaccine and why itís important for preventing cancer. In this video, Dr. Jose Rodriguez responds to a friendís texts asking if boys really need the HPV vaccine.

What Boys Want to Know About Puberty
KidsHealth.org
Boys don't talk about it as much, but they have questions about puberty. Get the answers about muscles, getting taller, and other body changes.

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