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Smoking Cessation Support for Teens

NCI Launches Smoking Cessation Support for Teens http://www.nih.gov/news/health/dec2011/nci-05.htm The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has launched an initiative, SmokefreeTXT, a free text message cessation service that provides 24/7 encouragement, advice, and tips to teens trying to quit smoking. Related articles NCI … Continue reading

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Resources for Social and Emotional Development for Youth

The following was posted on the BHIC Blog. The Maternal and Child Health Library presents a new knowledge path, Social and Emotional Development in Children and Adolescents.  The knowledge path is available at http://bit.ly/lwVmLx . A companion resource brief for … Continue reading

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Mental Health Information Resources

The following was posted on the BHIC Blog. National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day http://www.samhsa.gov/children/national.asp May 3, 2011 National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day is a key strategy of “Caring for Every Child’s Mental Health“, which is part of the … Continue reading

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Help Readergirlz Donate 125,000 Great Books To Low-income Teens

[Posted on the BHIC Blog}   http://bit.ly/gXg4uX Awesome kids’ book author and literacy activist Lorie Ann Grover sez, “readergirlz and First Book are partnering to give away more than 125,000 brand-new books to low-income teen readers. We need help getting … Continue reading

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New Tool For Those With Difficulty Reading Health Information

Here is additional information on the new tool recently posted on KidsHealth.org.   The tool is intended to help those you may have difficulty reading.     A great resource is now every better! This information is posted by Neil Izenberg, M.D.; Editor-in-Chief/Founder, … Continue reading

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