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The Teen Health and Wellness Database

Database

ISBN: 978-1-4042-9056-3
Program: Teen Health and Wellness Database

Teen Health & Wellness is the award-winning, critically acclaimed database from Rosen Online, which provides students with comprehensive curricular support and self-help tools on topics including diseases, drugs, alcohol, nutrition, fitness, mental health, diversity, family life, work readiness, and more.
Features:
• Clean, teen-friendly interface that is easy to use
• Multiple paths to information via browse, search, and high-interest features
• Advanced search functionality including "did you mean?" searching
• Regularly updated homepage features connecting medical news and social issues to database articles
• Content aligned to state and national curriculum standards
• ADA compliant
• Custom Glossary
• Automatically generated citations, plus robust print and email functions
• Resource sections with Web sites, organizations, and recommended reading annotated and reviewed by Rosen editors
• Interactive polls and quizzes
• Authentic first-person teen narratives
• RSS feeds
• National 24-hour hotlines for teens in crisis

Prices for annual subscriptions range from $595 to $1195 depending on the size of your school or library. Please call 1 (877) 381-6649 for pricing for your school or to set up a free trial.

ISBN: 9781404290563
Database
© Year: 0
Program: Teen Health and Wellness Database

"This excellent database encompasses more than 300 titles on health and wellness, with vocabulary and content geared towards young adults. The homepage is simple, attractive and informative. It includes regularly updated columns. Resources include links to national organizations and further reading also includes fiction titles. Each article includes a glossary and a link to related articles in the database. A Hotline button, which can be customized, takes the user to a page of emergency numbers and organizations. Immediate translations are available in 50 languages. Searching is a snap using subject or A-Z options. An interesting inclusion are a series of attractive buttons that quickly inform students about the contents of the article, which encourage users to seek additional information or professional help. I love the inclusion of a myth buster for each article. New features include: Social bookmarking and RSS feeds, customizable hotlines for local community resources, video throughout including student created public service announcements, expanded photos, illustrations and charts, health calculators, and new articles on the teen brain, concussions, first aid, being part of a military family, hate crimes, foster care, and being GLBT. This is a definite must-have for any high school library. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED."
—Library Media Connection

“I trust the materials Rosen Publishing produces on health and wellness. Their Teen Health & Wellness Database is an amazing tool for middle and high schooler's. When I see they've produced new health and teen wellness books, I snap them up.”
—-Diane Chen, John F. Kennedy Middle School

"There is no better time to trial Teen Health & Wellness—a vital resource for middle and high school students, teachers, administrators, and parents for building safe and caring communities. If you are new to Teen Health & Wellness, you will discover why Library Journal described it as “a one-stop self-help resource and a fully interactive online community center for teen health and wellness” and why School Library Journal called the resource “groundbreaking” and gave it an A+. The Personal Stories throughout Teen Health & Wellness teach empathy and are a powerful way for your students to connect with others who have dealt with and overcome significant challenges.”
—OHIONET

"This site has an incredible amount of information available on health and mental health topics for teens, parents, and teachers. It is intuitive and the publisher is clearly committed to updating the site on a regular basis to keep it current and relevant. With all of the issues facing young adults today parents, teachers, and librarians will be glad to have a reliable and informative place to send students with their health and social concerns. This site is highly recommended for junior high, high school, and public libraries.”
—Shannon Graff Hysell, ARBA,