Teens were the focus of this month's Health Dialogues, a KQED series on California health-care issues. It's a meaty, eye-opening show - among the topics: bullying, sex, self esteem, and pre-college stress - and it includes a conversation with two Bay Area pediatricians about what they see in their practice. KQED's Web site also features a slideshow on Lucile Packard Children's Hospital's Teen Health Van program, a mobile clinic that provides health services to poor, at-risk teens in the Bay Area.
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