Real Life: Health
Gives answers to common questions about anorexia and bulimia.
Helpful information, including "A Guy's Guide to Body Image", "Body Dysmorphic Disorder" and "Help! Is This My Body?".
This website provides general information about eating disorders and body image concerns, tips for helping a friend avoid or deal with an eating problem, treatment referrals to treatment centers, doctors, therapists, support groups, etc., opportunities to get involved in prevention efforts, and much more. Don't miss the Eating Disorders Info section.
Drugs and Alcohol
Designed for older teens, Check Yourself invites you to deal honestly with how drugs and alcohol might be affecting your life. Includes quizzes, games, stories and videos about the reality of substance abuse.
Put out by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, this site for teens 11-15 gives you information on drugs from anabolic steroids and alcohol to tobacco and more. Free downloads allow you to create your own decals, iron-ons, icons and more.
From the C. Everett Koop Institute.
A health question and answer Internet service from Columbia University. Provides factual, in-depth, straight-forward, and nonjudgmental information to assist readers' decision-making about their physical, sexual, emotional, and spiritual health.
Health information from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, ranging from nutrition and sun safety to eating disorders and attention deficit disorder.</p>
TeenGrowth offers a secure environment to search for, request and receive valuable health care information on topics such as alcohol, drugs, emotions, health, family, friends, school, sex and sports
Information about health, relationships, and growing up from the Nemours Foundation.
From the Centers for Disease Control, get informed about teen smoking.
Sexuality and Relationships
A site from the American Psychological Association and the Partners in Program Planning in Adolescent Health. Learn how to recognize an abusive relationship and how to stay safe.
Statistics and information about rape, abuse and incest and the National Sexual Assault Hotline (1-800-656-HOPE).
A website by teens for teens from the Network for Family Life Education, a component of Rutgers University. This site is the online version of their newsletter, which covers topics ranging from love, sex, and relationships to HIV/AIDS, violence and other issues.
Sexuality, sexual health, and relationship information from Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Particularly useful is the "Ask an Expert" section.