Teens

Teens

How to Avoid Mask-Related Acne

Wearing a mask is our new normal, but as we cover our mouths and noses to stop COVID-19, some of us are uncovering a new problem — “maskne,” or mask-related acne. Learn expert tips for how to prevent this condition. ...
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How to Help Teens Manage Mental Strain

COVID-19 may have begun as a physical health crisis, but like their parents, children, teens and college students (or young adults) are likely to experience stress and anxiety caused by

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How to Spot Signs of Depression in Your Teenager

If you’ve got a teen or preteen at home, you may be feeling confused or concerned about the ups and downs of their emotions and behavioral changes. Mix in

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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

FACEtime for Teens Who Stutter

Stuttering is a communication disorder in which the flow of speech is broken by repetitions, prolongations, or abnormal stoppages of sounds and syllables. FACEtime is a program designed for older children and young teens who stutter and want to communicate more fluently and confidently. ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

Earbuds, Music and Your Teen

Today, with the popularity of earbuds and other personal listening devices, it’s hard to know if your child or teenager is listening to music at a safe level. Hearing loss caused by loud sound, also known as noise-induced hearing loss, is permanent — but fortunately, it also is 100% preventable. ...
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Cleveland Clinic Children’s Study Links Chronic E-Cigarette Use with Long-Term Lung Injury in Teens

A new Cleveland Clinic Children’s study is the latest to find that teens who regularly vape THC were more likely to develop e-cigarette or vaping product use-associated lung injury (EVALI).

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Helping Teens Find Ways to Connect This Summer

Now that school is over — and despite the recent reopening of businesses in the state — typical summer hotspots will be limited. Parents need to help their tweens and teens transition into this new summer break routine — one that doesn’t include self-isolating in their room. ...
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Kids’ Digital Dreams: From YouTube Stars to Pro Gamers

People who have found fame through online platforms such as YouTube, Instagram and Snapchat are known as "instacelebs." Their online content includes videos of gaming, style, makeup and sketch comedy. They are masters at building their brand and are known for being very well connected to their fan base. If your child wants to become an instaceleb, here's what you need to know. ...
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Hudson High School Senior Named ‘Stop the Hate’ Grand Prize Winner in Live Reveal

The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage announced winners of the 2020 "Stop the Hate" essay contest on Thursday with a surprise reveal. In a Facebook Live video, Hudson High School senior Leah Messemer received a $40,000 college scholarship for penning an essay on combating discrimination and advocating for people with disabilities. ...
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Soothing Seniors’ Sorrows: Making up for Loss of Graduation Rites of Passage

With traditional celebrations impossible, families are pivoting to other ways to recognize and celebrate 2020 graduates. We provide several ideas to help parents make seniors feel special — even if it isn’t in the traditional ways. ...
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