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Would you say no to alcohol? Find out what choices teenagers Taz and Mike made, and how their lives were affected.
Binge drinking boy. You wouldn’t start a night like this, so why end one?
Binge drinking girl. You wouldn’t start a night like this, so why end one?
Drugs & Substances
Would you say no to drugs? Find out what choices teenagers Taz and Mike made, and how their lives were affected.
Sexual Health & Relationships
A dramatisation of a teenage couple, Ben and Rosie, going for tests for STIs including chlamydia.
Exactly how much is one portion of fruit or vegetables? Dietitian Azmina Govindji explains.
The National Healthy Schools Programme is an initiative to improve children’s health and wellbeing. See how it’s helping kids at a Northamptonshire school choose healthier food.
Hip-hop dancing gets kids active and it’s fun. Learn some basic steps.
Teenagers describe how they prepared themselves for their GCSCs, overcame stress and built the confidence to sit their exams.
Many people experience bullying at some time in their life. You’re not alone, and there is help available.
The National Healthy Schools Programme is an initiative to improve children’s health and wellbeing. See how a school in Lincolnshire implements its policy on bullying.
About Health Services
Find out what services NHS walk-in centres provide.
Watch this video to find out where you can go for confidential access to the contraception that’s right for you.
Pharmacies offer a lot more services than in the past. See what your pharmacist can do for you.
The National Healthy Schools Programme is an initiative toÂ improve children’s health and wellbeing. See how aÂ DurhamÂ school is adoptingÂ the programme.
In the UK, 2,000 people a year die from malignant melanoma, and it’s increasing. See an expert and real people talk about how to stay safe in the sun.
Skin cancer expert Barry Powell talks about the increase in malignant melanoma in the UK, who’s most at risk and the symptoms to look out for.