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Adolescent Medicine Specialists
Adolescent medicine doctors are specialists who have extra training in the medical and emotional issues that many teens face.
A Guy’s Guide to Body Image
Many people think of guys as being carefree when it comes to appearance. But guys spend plenty of time in front of the mirror. And some worry just as much as girls do about their looks.
Help! Is This My Body?
Your body's changing - and if you've ever felt out of step with it, you're not alone. Find out how to deal with body changes and feelings in this article.
Male Reproductive System
What makes up a guy's reproductive system and how does it develop? Can anything go wrong? Find the answers to these questions and more in this article.
Female Reproductive System
Why do girls get periods? What goes on when a woman gets pregnant? What can go wrong with the female reproductive system? Find the answers to these questions and more in this article for teens.
Why Is My Voice Changing?
At puberty, guys' bodies begin producing a lot of the hormone testosterone, which causes changes in several parts of the body, including the voice.
Why Are My Breasts Different Sizes?
It's quite common for girls to have different-sized breasts, especially as they develop during puberty. If you're worried about how your breasts are developing, check out this article.
Everything You Wanted to Know About Puberty
Voice cracking? Clothes don't fit? Puberty can be a confusing time, but learning about it doesn't have to be. Read all about it.
Concerned about your growth or development? Puberty can be delayed for several reasons. Luckily, doctors usually can help teens with delayed puberty to develop more normally.
Puberty can be confusing, especially when unexpected changes occur. In this article, you'll learn what gynecomastia is and why it happens.
When Will I Start Developing?
Lots of girls and guys worry about when their bodies will develop. The fact is that physical development starts at different times and moves along at different rates in normal kids.