This section is all about helping you, your friends or someone you care for live a healthy, safe and happy lifestyle.
Remember it is your body and your choice; but whatever you decide, it is important to have the facts and take responsibility.
Try to look after yourself by eating well, getting enough sleep, do some sports or exercise, and take time out to do things that you enjoy. Check out the Whats Up challenge for more ideas.
Need to talk to someone?
Speak to a school nurse - weekly confidential 'drop-ins' in secondary schools. Send a text to ChatHealth (07507 333356) or ask in school to find out more.
Log into Kooth. It's a free, safe and confidential online service where you can find someone to talk to when you need it. Read more in our information pages or visit their website www.kooth.com
The children and young people's Emotional Wellbeing Hub provides an online referral for support and a telephone helpline (0345 600 2090) if you are worried about you or a friend's emotional wellbeing and need advice.
The BBC have compiled a list of helpful information and support contacts to go with their MY Mind and Me season about emotional and mental wellbeing showing useful videos.
The YoungMinds Crisis Messenger text service provides free, 24/7 crisis support across the UK. If you are experiencing a mental health crisis and need support, you can text YM to 85258.
For more helplines take a look at the Ask and Expert directory.