As children become teenagers, their brains grow and change, which affects thinking and behaviour. Read how to help with healthy teenage brain development.
Our essential guide to daily personal hygiene for pre-teens and teens covers clean hands, body odour, smelly feet, bad breath, dental care, periods and shaving.
This practical guide explains how to help teenage girls with periods, including talking about first periods, sanitary pads, tampons and period pain.
In puberty big changes happen inside and outside your child’s body. Here’s what to expect and when physical changes in puberty happen for girls and boys.
In puberty, your child goes through many physical and emotional changes. It’s a lot to handle, but you can help by talking and promoting healthy choices.
Early puberty is before 8 years in girls and 9 years in boys. Late puberty is after 13 years in girls and 14 years in boys. See your GP if you're worried.