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Many teens try to lose weight in a hurry - and end up suffering from health problems. Kidzworld takes a look at some of the wrong ways to lose weight.
If you're exercising in the sun, you're going to need to know all about heat illnesses and how to prevent them. Get schooled on keeping your cool here.
Those nasty zits you keep popping aren't going to go away. Instead of wearing a bag over your head, see what Kidzworld has to say about zits.
While we get a little sweatier after hitting puberty, some of us are plagued by excessive sweating. So what can you do?
Shave, dissolve or wax your way to fuzz-free legs before hitting the beach this summer. Find out which hair removal method works best for ya!
More and more teenage girls are using performance-enhancing drugs to get toned, but aren't aware of the risks involved in taking these drugs.
The lazy days of summer vacation aren't far away. Find out how a little activity can keep you buff all summer long.
It's important to eat breakfast, but lots of peeps don't have time to make nutritious meals. So here are some ideas for ya!
You may stay away from fat because you don't want to gain weight, but it's not a good idea to completely turn your back on fat. Here's why...
Do you eat enough veggies? How often should you exercise? Find out just how healthy you are with this quiz!
A frothy frappuccino tastes great, but find out what you're doing to your body every time you take a caffeinated sip.
When it comes to allergies, are you completely clueless or a nose-it-all? Take Kidzworld's quiz to see how much you know about the sneezes!
Vitamin E is believed to slow down the aging process and prevent illnesses like cancer and heart disease. But is it really a miracle drug?
It's Eating Disorders Awareness Week, so check out these body image facts before you freak out about your body.
If you think eating carbohydrates will only make you pack on the pounds, then you're wrong. Carbs actually give you energy and even help to burn fat!
"Tossing your cookies" is also known as hurling, puking and barfing. Wanna find out more about this smelly bodily function?
Vitamin D is essential in the growth, development and maintenance of strong, healthy bones. It's commonly known as the sunshine vitamin because the best source for vitamin D is the sun!
Move over vitamin C and make way for herbal remedies like echinacea, which boosts your immune system to help fight colds and flu.
Your parents nag you to stop slouching and stand up straight, but it's for a good reason. Having proper posture helps you look, think and feel better.
It's an essential nutrient that can prevent cold and keeps your teeth looking good. Kidzworld checks out the facts on vitamin C.