Should i worry both parents have cancer?
Because the causes of cancer are not defined well and studies are ongoing, it is recommended that family history is taken into account and more frequent checks done on other members of families with a history of cancer.
It is not right in todays world that teenagers should get married without the consent of both parents from both sides. First of all marriage is a serious matter, teenagers should first have good jobs, and parents of both should be there as their blessings for the couple is a must for it to work out.
If the parents consent to the relationship, you shouldn't worry about statutory rape. Basically do the obvious.... Invite the girl over for dinner to determine her maturity and then judge for yourself if your son can handle it. At the same time, you may want to check with her parents to make sure they too are ok with both of them dating.
You can both ask your parents to help you and support you that's what I did ( I'm 14 the father is almost 23) We talked to both our parents and told them about what was going on and they both said they would help. I know the father isn't underage but I sure am and I got a lot of help from my parents so talk to yours
One of the hardest experiences a child must endure is the breakup of their parents. A child should or teenager should always try to remember that both parents love them but sometimes showing that love can be difficult and if one or both of those parents don't love themselves then showing their children love will be even harder. It is always hard to keep a positive attitude when for a child whose parents have broken…
It depends on what type of parents you have. if you have very strict parents who hit you then you should probably stay out of it. go to you room, keep your sibling(s) happy and try not to side one parent as the other one might get angry and cause another fight. just be equal to both. whereas if your parents are not physically fighting then you might just want to sit them both down…
If both parents are O+ve, it means they have i allele, which is a recessive allele. For a person to have A+ve blood group, IA allele should be present. But in case of both parents being O+ve, there is no possibility that either of the parents carry the IA allele since it is a dominant allele. Thus the child would have to be O+ve.
It will depend on the genotype of the parents. If both parents have the same genotype, say BB - then all of their children should also be BB. If both parents are heterozygous, Bb - then 50% of their children should also be heterozygous (Bb), 25% BB and 25% bb. If one parent is BB and the other bb - then all of their children will be heterozygous (Bb).
What should you do if you and your girlfriend are both seniors in high school and you are both 17 and she is now pregnant and she wants to keep the baby but you don't know what to do?
As hard as it is for you both, you need to both see each set of your parents and tell them. Soon you will be 18 and can do as you please. Of course your parents will be upset, but they'll get over it. Have a plan with your girlfriend as to what you want in the future. Perhaps your parents and her parents can help look after the baby and when you are both…