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Print, Share, or View Spanish version of this article. Here are some suggestions from Bright Futures experts that may be of value to you and your family. They are bad for you. Walk away if someone offers you one. Talk with us if you are worried about alcohol or drug use in your family. Be a healthy eater. It helps you do well in school and sports. Have vegetables, fruits, lean protein, and whole grains at meals and snacks. Limit high-fat foods and drinks such as candies, snacks, fast food, and soft drinks. Talk about feeling mad or sad with someone who you trust and listens well.
Ask your parent or another trusted adult about changes in your body. Even questions that feel embarrassing are important. Try to do your best at school. Doing well in school helps you feel good about yourself. Tell kids who pick on you or try to hurt you to stop.
Then walk away. That is where you are safest. Wear your helmet and safety gear when riding scooters, biking, skating, in-line skating, skiing, snowboarding, and horseback riding. Ask your parents about learning to swim. Never swim without an adult nearby. Keep your private parts the parts of your body covered by a bathing suit covered.
Tell your parent or another grown-up right away if an older child or a grown-up Shows you his or her private parts. If that person does any of these things, get away as soon as you can and tell your parent or another adult you trust. The information contained in this handout should not be used as a substitute for the medical care and advice of your pediatrician. There may be variations in treatment that your pediatrician may recommend based on individual facts and circumstances. The AAP is not responsible for the content of external resources. Information was current at the time of publication.
Taking Care of You If you get angry with someone, try to walk away. If you want to chat online, tell your parents first. If you feel scared online, get off and tell your parents. Enjoy spending time with your family. Help out at home. Eating Well and Being Active Brush your teeth at least twice each day, morning and night. Floss your teeth every day. Wear a mouth guard when playing sports.
Eat breakfast every day. Stop when you feel satisfied. Eat with your family often. Have healthy snacks such as fruit, cheese, and yogurt. Drink at least 3 glasses of milk daily. Turn off the TV, tablet, or computer. Get up and play instead.
Go out and play several times a day. Handling Feelings Talk about your worries. It helps. Doing Well at School Try to do your best at school. Ask for help when you need it. Find clubs and teams to . Tell adults you trust about bullies. Ask a grown-up for help if you are scared or worried.
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