So long baby bottles, hello puberty. It's a brave new world when your kid enters the teen and tween years. Here's practical expert parenting advice on how to have the sex talk, navigate teen driving, plan for college and tackle every other problem that you have (or haven't) thought of.

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New Survey Reveals Sexual Violence Is Widespread At These Universities

A new survey reveals that 25 percent of undergrads at top schools suffer sexual violent attacks and rape. Students from 33 prominent universities were among the students surveyed.
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New Whiskey Pods Marketed to Teens?

A whiskey brand is stirring controversy with its latest product, whiskey pods that look like Tide Pods. The Glenlivet brand has just released whiskey capsules and it totally makes sneaking alcohol way easier #noglassrequired.
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The Political Divide Between Mother and Son

When a teen son tells his mom he's on the opposite end of the political spectrum, she does some soul searching.
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20 Ways to Get Your Kid Talking

Sometimes the day-to-day of raising a teenager can feel like you’re learning a whole new language—and not only are you figuring out how to say “queen” and “fire” without eliciting eye rolls, but you’re also trying to get them to actually talk to you about the strange and foreign (sometimes very scary) terrain of Adolescent Land. That can feel impossible—but it doesn’t have to be, thanks to these ideas from parents, psychologists and teenagers themselves.
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Study: Birth Control May Be Making Teens Depressed

A new study has linked birth control use with symptoms of depression among teen girls.
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How to Save Money for College

Saving for college can seem impossible given everything else that needs your money, but you can do it. Follow these tips.
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Mom Hilariously Explains to Son How College Worked Before the Internet

Teens today have no idea what college was like before online registrations, email, and message boards. One mom recently shared a hilarious text thread with her son in which she attempts to describe what college was like before the internet.
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Study Finds Teens Are Motivated by This Tone of Voice

Part of mom life is nagging teens to clean up their room or get homework done, but a new study found that it may not be the best approach. Which tone of voice actually motivates teens to get the chore done?
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New Back-to-School PSA by Sandy Hook Promise Will Leave You in Tears

The organization Sandy Hook Promise recently released a heart-wrenching back-to-school PSA featuring students preparing to protect themselves against an active shooter. The video premiered one day after democrats called for gun reform on the senate floor and has already garnered 1.4 million views on YouTube.