First of all, not everyone is having sex. But if you’re thinking about hooking up over the summer, read this first.
It’s normal to wonder whether your sexual experience is similar to your friends, and worry about what it means if it’s not. Here’s the real deal about who’s doing what—and why it’s always best to be true to yourself
All of that scrolling, posting, and liking can backfire and bum you out. Learn how to be smart about using social media.
If you’re thinking about being intimate with someone, it’s important to talk about it first. Follow these tips to get through the (often awkward) conversation.
It’s not easy to see a close friend go through a rocky end to a relationship. Here’s what to say—and not say—during this tough time.
Sometimes it’s hard to get a good perspective on a relationship when you are in the middle of it. Learn what to look for in a healthy relationship, plus where to find reliable information on safe sex.
Some relationships don’t work out the way you hoped, but finding a way to end things can feel intimidating. Here’s help.
A sudden experience of fear and anxiety might be part of what’s known as a panic attack. Learn more about what it is and what it feels like.
From selfies to status updates, you’re constantly logged on to social media, but what does that mean for your mental health?
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder can make you feel restless and prone to impulsive behavior. But there is an upside, too.
Often misunderstood, autism spectrum disorder encompasses a wide range of behaviors and personalities—it can also give a person some unique strengths. Here’s what it really means to have autism.
Refraining from food and drink can bring on triggering feelings for people who are recovering from eating disorders.