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TeenFitFX TeenHealthFX Welcome / TeenHealthFX.com is your online resource for any and all questions regarding your health, your relationships, your body and your sexuality. While this site is informative, it's not a substitute for talking to your doctor and your parents..... 10 Most Recently added Questions / Can't Remember If I Took Out My Tampon How Come My Doctor Looks At My Privates At My Annual Check-Up? Swollen Area On Penis With Pus Coming Out Is This A Symptom Of Glaucoma? I Constantly Worry Something Is Wrong With Me Medically What Is Causing My Girlfriend's Bleeding After Sex? I Can't Find My Clitoris Is This A Normal Part Of Breast Development? Am I Weird For Not Wanting Friends? Is There A Way To Get Rid Of Gynecomastia? Hot Topics / Mom and Dad are Using Drugs Read more Resource of the Month / July 2016: Spot On App read more Careers In Healthcare Interested in becoming a SURGICAL TECHNOLOGIST? What do you need to know about this career in healthcare? Read More Supplemental Materials for Educators These TeenHealthFX.com supplemental materials can be used to enhance your current health curriculum, providing additional information, discussion questions and resources on various topics related to teen health. Think Like a Pancreas / Check out ThinkLikeAPancreas.com, our sister site geared toward teens with Type 1 diabetes. Read More + Find Answers / Alcohol, Smoking & Drugs Emotional Health General Health & Illness Resource of the Month Careers in Healthcare Relationships Sexuality & Sexual Health Sports & Nutrition For Teens By Teens Hot Topics More + Watch What TeenHealthFX Is Doing Now! See how teen dating violence can take shape in the film short Crazy About You by TeenHealthFX.com, Glenn Martorana, and Gerard Zarra. Take the TeenHealthFX Quiz / General Quiz States have what is referred to as a legal “age of consent” to protect young people from being sexually exploited by adults True False Please select an answer. States have what is referred to as a legal “age of consent” to protect young people from being sexually exploited by adults The answer is true. You answered it correctly!incorrectly! Although some young people may feel they are mature enough to engage in a sexual relationship, others may lack the emotional development to deal with this or to feel confident enough to say “no.” Therefore, various countries around the world, and all of the states in the U.S.A., have come up with their own age of consent ? the age at which is young person is considered to be legally able to understand and agree to consensual sex. All information given to a mental health professional will be held confidentially True False Please select an answer. All information given to a mental health professional will be held confidentially The answer is false. You answered it correctly!incorrectly! Psychotherapy is a private process that often involves the discussion of very sensitive issues, so the information discussed is usually kept between the therapist and client. However, there are a few exceptions. Confidentiality can be broken if the client is believed to be a danger to him- or herself, or if the client is threatening to harm another person. In addition, most states require therapists to report suspected child abuse to the appropriate authorities. Although this is not often done, a court can compel a therapist to testify about what is discussed in therapy. Finally, if you are involved in a court case and your lawyer introduces your state-of-mind in a trial, your therapy records may then be an open book in trial. If I don’t have health insurance there is no way I can get medical or mental health care. True False Please select an answer. If I don’t have health insurance there is no way I can get medical or mental health care. The answer is false. You answered it correctly!incorrectly! Many states have programs that provide insurance assistance for those with no or little insurance. In New Jersey, a person could apply to Charity Care to see if they qualify for insurance assistance. In addition, there are many mental health and medical facilities around the country that offer no-cost or low-cost treatment for those who are uninsured or underinsured. The more education a person has, the more earning potential that person will have. True False Please select an answer. The more education a person has, the more earning potential that person will have. The answer is true. You answered it correctly!incorrectly! The U.S. Census Bureau reports that higher levels of education are closely associated with higher average earnings for workers aged 25-64. In 2007, reported earnings were as follows: $7,601 - $20,689 for those with less than a high school diploma, an average salary of $47,240 for those with a four-year degree, and an average of $90,000 for those with a professional degree. A lack of participation in extracurricular activities increases the risk for a student to drop out of school. True False Please select an answer. A lack of participation in extracurricular activities increases the risk for a student to drop out of school. The answer is true. You answered it correctly!incorrectly! Even one hour a week of extracurricular activity involvement can have a profound impact on graduation rates. Other risk factors for dropping out include having parents who did not complete high school and having low test scores and low grades. Happenings / Want to find out what's going on at Atlantic Health System? Check out information about volunteering and other programs. Read More + Teens often abuse prescription drugs because of the myth that these drugs provide a medically safe high. It is estimated that major depressive disorder (MDD) affects about 5% of adolescents, and that between 10 - 15% of adolescents have some symptoms of depression at any one time. Statistics show that giving a teen a credit card does not teach them to be financially responsible or to encourage self-restraint, but actually promotes a “spend now and deal with the consequences later” mindset. Girls are more likely to intentionally abuse prescription drugs than boys. The reality of excessive interest rates and fees that often accompany credit card use for teens, can put youngsters in a position where they are losing out on admission to graduate school, getting a job, or renting an apartment because of damaged credit history. Less than 33% of teens with depression get help, yet 80% of teens with depression can be successfully treated if they seek help from a doctor or therapist. Traffic crashes are the greatest single cause of death for all persons age 6-33, and about 45% of these fatalities are alcohol-related crashes. About 6.2 million Americans get a new genital HPV infection each year. 30% of teens with depression also have a substance abuse problem. Freshmen bring an average of $1,585.00 in credit card debt to college. About a third of women who seek services related to unprotected sex, such as pregnancy testing or emergency contraception, do not receive STD counseling, testing, or treatment. 7-10% of college students will drop out of school because of credit problems. Teens with untreated depression are more likely to engage in risky sexual behaviors, leading to higher rates of teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. Most smokers begin smoking as teens, and the average age of initiation is 12.5 years of age. People with manic symptoms and Bipolar Disorder II are at a significant risk of later developing an alcohol abuse or dependence problem. Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for U.S. teens, accounting for 36% of all deaths in this age group. The teen pregnancy rate in the United States is the highest of any industrialized democracy, nearly twice that of Great Britain and 10 times that of Japan. 4 Compared with other age groups, teens have the lowest rate of seat belt use, and male high school students are more likely than female students to rarely or never wear seat belts. A national study of women ages 15-44 found that women were almost twice as likely to receive contraceptive services rather than STD services. The teenage pregnancy rate in the U.S. is at its lowest level in thirty years, down 36% since its peak in 1990. Research suggests that both increased abstinence and positive changes in contraceptive practice are responsible these recent declines in teen pregnancy. A sexually active teenager who does not use contraceptives has a 90% chance of becoming pregnant within one year. 8 In the United States, at least 5-10 million girls and women and 1 million boys and men are struggling with eating disorders. 11 Among male drivers between 15 and 20 years of age who were involved in fatal crashes in 2005, 38% were speeding at the time of the crash and 24% had been drinking. Homicide is the second leading cause of death among 15- to 24-year-olds overall. 16 Every two minutes, somewhere in America, someone is sexually assaulted. 22 One in four teenage girls in the U.S. had at least one common sexually transmitted disease. Suicide is the third leading cause of death among youths ages 15 to 20. 19 The highest Chlamydia rates occurred among women ages 15 to 19 and 20 to 24. About 44% of rape victims are under age 18. Three out of every twenty victims (15%) are under age 12. 25 Each year, half of all HIV infections are among people under the age of 25. Crash risk is particularly high during the first year that teenagers are eligible to drive. One out of every six American women have been the victims of an attempted or completed rape in their lifetime. A total of 17.7 million women have been victims of these crimes. 23 Teen girls ages 15-19 have the highest Gonorrhea rate of any age group. The motor vehicle death rate for male drivers and passengers ages 16-19 is more than one and half times that of their female counterparts. More than four in 10 young women become pregnant at least once before they reach the age of 20 - nearly one million teen pregnancies a year 3 The presence of teen passengers increases the crash risk of unsupervised teen drivers; the risk increases with the number of teen passengers. Smoking is the leading preventable cause of death in this country. More than 400,000 Americans die from tobacco-related causes each year, and most of them began using tobacco before the age of 18. The risk of motor vehicle crashes is higher among 16- to 19-year-olds than among any other age group. Underage drinking costs the U.S. more than $58 billion every year; enough to buy every public school student a state-of-the-art computer. At all levels of blood alcohol concentration (BAC), the risk of involvement in a motor vehicle crash is greater for teens than for older drivers. Teens who drink are more likely to be victims of violent crimes and sexual assault, have serious problems in school, be involved in drinking-related traffic crashes, and develop problems with alcohol later in life. Nearly all the poison deaths in the U.S. are attributed to drugs, and most drug poisonings result from the abuse of prescription and illegal drugs. Alcohol kills 6.5 times more youth than all other illicit drugs combined. Persons aged 15-24, who represent only 14% of the U.S. population, account for 30% ($19 billion) of the total costs of motor vehicle injuries among males and 28% ($7 billion) among females. Among young people ages 12-17, prescription drugs have become the second most abused illegal drug, behind marijuana. feedback legal privacy Copyright 2016 Atlantic Health System

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