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Positive Behavior Support: Making Clear and Effective Requests
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA/NIH)
Examples of common communication mistakes that parents make with their children.



Monitoring and Limit Setting: Clear Rules
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA/NIH)
Ways to monitor and set limits with your children.



Bullying Prevention: Lessons from Research and Practices
American Psychological Association (APA)
Bullying among school-age youth is a pervasive problem that challenges the teaching and learning environment, increases mental health and behavior problems, diminishes school connectedness and violates the right of students to receive equal educational opportunities in a safe environment.

Boys & HPV Vaccine
Lee Memorial Health System
In 2006 the HPV vaccine was recommended for young girls. In February of 2012, it was extended to boys. Children between 9 and 12 get the best response to the vaccine and side effects are minimal. In the end, it falls to parents to make a choice for their child.

Accident Proofing Kids
Lee Memorial Health System
Car seats, seat belts and obeying traffic laws go a long way in accident prevention, but kids face additional hazards off the road. The number one reason children go to the hospital relates to falls.

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