In June 2009, Caitlin Boyle grew tired of hearing girls and women talking negatively about their looks and decided to fight all the "Fat Talk." She scribbled the words "You are beautiful!" on a sticky note and slapped it on a bathroom mirror for other women to read.
Obesity: Teen Health Crisis or Healthy at any Weight?
In a world so often focused on losing weight and being thin, anyone with a few extra pounds on them may end up being called "obese." Yet, if a doctor's tests determine that you are obese, you need to be aware of the health risks that obesity can produce.
Organ Donation: How Planning Now Could Save Lives Later
Many people are misinformed about organ transplants and choose not to donate. We set the record straight.
Plastic Surgery: Not All It's Cut Out to Be
Many teen girls are going under the knife for breast augmentation -- and they don't all know the risks. Teen Voices explores the reality of teens and breast implants.
Teen Pregnancy: What's Next After the Positive Sign
When you first find out you're pregnant, you must make a lot of choices -- probably some of the hardest you will ever have to deal with. We interview women who have faced the challenge of being a pregnant teen.
Samaritans Reaches Out to Teens Who Feel Hopeless
Depression affects teens all over the world, but those feelings of depression and isolation don't mean you're alone. Teen Voices talks to Roberta Hurtig, executive director of Samaritans, Inc., to find how they are helping teens in crisis.
Teen Voices editor Sharon Noel talks to teen girls living with Tourette Syndrome.
Are you Living Your Life -- or Perfecting It?
Teen Voices editors Ludmila Cesar and Shaquana Mathis explore perfectionism in the lives of teenage girls.