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Download and print this series of letter-sized files that fit together to create a huge 2' 3/4" x 1' 1/2" foot gen eff banner. Just print, tape 'em together, and you're all set!

support gen eff and make your own stencil

To make a gen eff stencil, download and print this PDF on heavy-weight paper. Cut along the dotted lines and use temporary car spray paint, body paint or markers to spread the word.

download the gen eff logo and support the cause

Download the gen eff logo and use it on everything from Facebook to vinyl banners!

download the gen eff family health history guide

Download and print our simple and easy to remember health history guide. Your family history affects your health. Knowing about diseases that run in your family can help you make healthy choices. It may even save your life!

 

 

 

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cancer is the #1 cause of natural deaths in teens and adolescents
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ask it. know it. tell it.

Certain types of cancer in young adults are inherited, so it's important to ask if anybody in your family has had cancer, and know what kind. Tell your doctor, too.

Environmental factors can also lead to cancer in young adults, like skin cancer from UV exposure and cervical cancer caused by HPV.

1 and 5 adolescents struggle with asthma every day.
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That's a lot of wheezing.

Asthma occurs when the airways in your lungs narrow, causing you to wheeze, cough and have trouble catching your breath. Attacks can be caused by lots of things including allergies, smoke, physical activity or stress.

20% of 12-to-25 year-olds are diagnosed with a mental illness each year; that's about one out of every five of your Facebook friends.
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What the?

The numbers are even higher when drug use is involved; 50% of substance abusers suffer from mental health disorders.

guys are more likely to develop cancer and they have lower survival rates.
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Dude.

It's especially important for guys to get regular check-ups and to know their health history. And although the incidence of cancer in the teen-to-twenty age group is highest in non-Hispanic whites, survival rates are worst among African Americans and Native Americans.

every year, there are enough teens and twenty-somethings diagnosed with mental health disorders to repopulate LA.
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Talk it out.

The most common mental health conditions are mood, anxiety and disruptive behavioral disorders. If you or any of your friends are struggling with these, talk to someone you trust. Most schools are prepared to help.

4 million teens and adolescents had asthma in 2005 that's more than the entire population of Puerto Rico.
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Write it down.

If you suffer from asthma, write down what triggers attacks and when they occur. This can help your doctor determine your best treatment.

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