Risky behaviour, thrill-seeking and looking for new experiences – why do teens do it? And what can you do about it? Get ideas for handling this behaviour.
Social workers unsure how to assess cases of harmful sexual behaviour in ren Government urged to implement a national strategy on working with ren who sexually , amid claims cases are getting more serious and social workers lack confidence when assessing and intervening.
Support for people If you’re worried about your manfriend or partner’s behaviour, learning more about the warning signs of domestic could help you – or someone close to you – stay safe.
Last updated August 2010 This factsheet covers government policy and key statistics on teenage pregnancy in England, Wales, Scotland …
Antisocial behaviour in teenagers may be due to brain abnormalities that cause them to be aggressive, according to a new study. Scientists have discovered that teens with a psychiatric condition known as ‘conduct disorder’ have an abnormal pattern of brain activity compared with those without the conditio.
Teenage pregnancy, also known as cent pregnancy, is pregnancy in females under the age of 20. A female can become pregnant from sexual intercourse after she has begun to ovulate, which can be before her first menstrual period (menarche) but usually occurs after the onset of her periods.
Sex and teenage relationships. If your is in a relationship, it can bring up questions about sex and intimacy. Not all teenage relationships include sex, but most teenagers will experiment with sexual behaviour at some stage.
Last updated January 2011 This factsheet aims to provide key data about the sexual health and behaviour of teenagers throughout the United Kingdom (UK). Where possible, data is presented separately for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Research, reports and resources about harmful sexual behaviour
Advice and tips on parenting teens, including teenage pregnancy, depression, money, holidays, parties, gap years, exams, truancy and more.