Studies show that parents aren't all that effective at teaching teens to drive safely but parents can take steps to change that.
Reduce your risk of unsafe driving by having your teen sign this driver's safety pledge before you hand over your keys.
These programs offer teen drivers additional training beyond basic driver education. Sign your teen up for a class to increase driving safety and reduce accident risk.
These 12 hazards increase the likelihood of teens being involved in a fatal car crash. It's important for parents to reduce a teen's risk.
Creating regular family fun nights is a great way to create memories and build a healthy relationship with your teen.
Eating meals with your teen can benefit your teen's physical and mental health.
Teens are more likely to engage in risk-taking behavior without fear of negative consequences.
Keep these items in stock to prevent and treat summertime injuries and illnesses.
Learn what to expect from your 11 to 13-year-old physically, emotionally, socially, and cognitivelly.
Learn what's considered normal cognitive, emotional, physical, and social development for older teens.