A young branch takes on all the bends that one gives it. In adolescence the foundation is laid for someone’s life. Developments and experiences at this young age are vital for later health, for better or for worse. Therefore it is important to learn adolescents healthy behavioral patterns with respect to eating, drinking, smoking, exercising, sexual relations, etc.. Although adolescents are easy to reach for health educators, for example via schools or parents, regularly they are not open for it and many adolescents show resistance against well-meant advice. We examine how the effectiveness of health communication, for example via (social) media, parents or school, can be increased.