High school can be a scary time for teenagers and parents. The chances for drinking, drug use and depression all increase once a teen heads to high school, and there aren't as many resources available to help deal with these problems in the more rural parts of the country.
However, a new study conducted by the Center for Family Research at the University of Georgia suggests that family-centered programs may be a way to prevent these increases.
Today on American Morning, CNN senior medical correspondent Elizabeth Cohen breaks down the study and explains what tactics parents can employ to raise drug-free teens.
When your child breaks a bone or needs surgery, they could end up suffering with pain more than they have to.
A new study finds that kids are still in pain even months after some medical procedures.
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen explains what a parent can do to ease a child's pain, and how to tell when a child is in pain.