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Difficult, but Necessary Conversations About Your Teen, Sex, and Cancer
Dr. Lamourelle with Michael T. Brady, MD, Kathryn Stamoulis




Many parents are reluctant to talk to their tweens and teens about sex, cancer and the HPV. The need to have this discussion is often complicated by the misinformation about the HPV vaccine. In this segment we attempt to give parents some needed help with this difficult issue.


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Color Coded
Understanding the Challenges of

Being a Multiracial Teen   
Dr. Lamourelle with Jacqueline M. Chen, Jessica Remedios, Jann Gumbiner




The number of biracial kids is on the rise. But not much is generally understood about the unique world in which they live and the challenges they face.  In this segment we go inside the world of multiracial teens.


Follow: @janngumbiner, @rrlamourelle  @bamradionetwork

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Passing It On
Worried Parents, Anxious Teens   
Dr. Lamourelle with Lynn Lyons, Reid Wilson, Heather Wolpert-Gawron, Jann Gumbiner




When parents' concerns and good intentions go wrong the impact can be distressful for teens. Is your anxiety creating anxiety and avoidance behavior in in your tween? How can you avoid this?


Follow: @janngumbiner,  @rrlamourelle@tweenteacher, @LynnLyonsMSW, @DrReidWilson @bamradionetwork

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Year in Review 
Teens More and Less Empowered in 2013  
Dr. Regina Lamourelle with Annie Fox, M.Ed., Heather Wolpert-Gawron, Dr. Jann Gumbiner



2013 was a year of big challenges and accomplishments for teens.  Our guests weigh in with their take on the ups and downs of 2013 and their view of the road ahead.


Follow: @janngumbiner,  @tweenteacher,  @bamradionetwork

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Home to School
A Look at the Causes and Consequences of Sibling Aggression 
Dr. Regina Lamourelle with Corinna Jenkins Tucker, Dr. Larry Curry, Patrick Larkin 



To some, sibling rivalries is a normal, typical aspect of the family dynamic, but our guests assert that sibling aggression is a bigger problem than many parents realize. Moreover the impact of sibling aggression can extend beyond the family.  


 Follow: @patrickmlarkin 


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