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Girl Talk: It’s a Girl Thing

Tuesday, March 3 • 6 to 8 p.m.

This parent-daughter class, led by pediatric/adolescent gynecologists is designed to start the conversation about girls’ physical and emotional changes during puberty. It also will cover the importance of sleep, good nutrition and exercise during this phase of life. Recommended for ages 8 to 13.

Marshall Women’s Health & Education Center

Norton Medical Plaza 3 – St. Matthews, Room B

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Teen Talk: Sexual Health and Dating

Tuesday, March 17 • 6 to 8 p.m.

Get help from pediatric/adolescent gynecologists and urologists with starting sometimes awkward conversations about sex and the teen body. Group discussions will include contraceptives, sexually transmitted infections, vaccines and support for parents of teens. Recommended for boys and girls ages 14-18 and their parents.

Marshall Women’s Health & Education Center

Norton Medical Plaza 3 – St. Matthews, Suite 108, Classrooms A and B

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Boy Talk: Boys to Men

Thursday, March 12 • 6 to 8 p.m.

This parent-son class is led by a pediatric urologist is designed to start the discussion about physical and emotional changes associated with puberty. It also will cover the importance of sleep, good nutrition and exercise during this phase of life. Recommended for ages 10-14.

Marshall Women’s Health & Education Center

Norton Medical Plaza 3 – St. Matthews, Suite 108, Classroom B

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Teen Talk: Mental Health

Thursday, March 19 • 6 to 8 p.m.

This parent-teen discussion is led by a child psychologist for parents and teens to learn about teen mental health, get tools to relieve stress and hear about available resources. Recommended for boys and girls ages 11 to 17 and their parents.

Marshall Women’s Health & Education Center

Norton Medical Plaza 3 – St. Matthews, Suite 108, Classroom B

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