Alcohol has a magnetic attraction for young people. Almost every parent of teenagers knows someone who's had a party go disastrously wrong because someone smuggled in bottles of vodka, or some child who's had to go to hospital. But what's the legal position? Should you ever give children a glass of wine with dinner? How old do they have to be before you take them into a pub? The law explained.
Health and wellbeing
The Chief Medical Officer’s recommendation for Scotland.
How to spot the signs that your child could be vulnerable and what to do to protect them.
All too often at the moment, we are hearing stories of young people leaving Britain to fight in Syria. They have come to the conclusion that they would be better off in a war zone than in the UK. What goes wrong? What are they looking for? And what do parents need to understand to stop this?
From the Home Office: tell-tale signs of gang involvement, and ways to prevent your child getting involved in the first place.
Think your child may be involved in a gang? Advice from the Home Office on what to do.
The internet can help and encourage young people to help others. Here's how.
130 million women worldwide are living with the impact of female genital cutting, also known as female genital mutilation or circumcision. What does it involve and what should you do if you know of someone who may be at risk?