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  • Smokeless Tobacco for Teens


    Chewing or dipping: These terms are familiar to the millions of teens who use smokeless tobacco. If you're ready to quit or you want to learn more about smokeless tobacco, read this article.

  • Kids and Smoking for Parents


    The health risks of smoking are well known, yet every year many young people take up smoking. Here's how to help your kids avoid smoking or using chewing tobacco - or quit, if they've already started.

  • Does Swallowing Gum Cause Intestinal Problems? for Teens


    Find out what the experts have to say.

  • What Happens to Swallowed Gum? for Kids


    Gulp. You accidentally swallowed your gum. Will it really stay in your stomach for years?

  • TMJ Disorders for Teens


    TMJ disorders are medical problems related to the joint that connects the lower jaw to the skull. They can cause pain, difficulty chewing, and other problems.

  • TMJ Disorders for Parents


    Kids with these jaw disorders often have difficulty chewing or talking due to problems with the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). Symptoms can resolve on their own, or with treatment.

  • Mouth and Teeth for Teens


    Did you know that your mouth is the first step in the body's digestive process? Or that the mouth and teeth are essential for speech? Learn about the many roles your mouth and teeth play.

  • What Kids Say About: Tobacco for Kids


    Everyone knows tobacco is unhealthy, but what do kids think about it? We asked 1,433 kids to give us their opinions.

  • Mouth and Teeth for Parents


    Our mouth and teeth play an important role in our daily lives. Here's a course on the basics - including common problems of the mouth and teeth.

  • Smoking Stinks! for Kids


    Everyone says smoking is bad for you. Why? Find out in this article for kids.