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Alcohol and its harmful effects

20th December 2016

Many teenagers are lured by curiosity and peer pressure to experiment with alcohol. After all if their friends and adults are doing it why should they not give it a try?All the inherent problems associated with drinking could well just be nonsense as far as many of your friends are concerned.It...

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Fad Diets and Teens

6th December 2016

Fad diets are all the rage these days. The lack of exercise in the lifestyle (heavily laced with a lot of junk food, such as burgers and pizzas) has led to a surge in obesity with increasingly younger individuals not just in the UK, but also all over the world falling easy prey to medical...

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Eating Healthy While on Vacation

6th December 2016

All right let’s admit it; once you and your family hits the road, all those high flying resolutions about healthy eating pretty much go down the proverbial drain. After all, hunger pangs generally take our decisions for us and denying them just makes us miserable with the end result being our...

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6 Reasons to Never Touch a Cigarette!

6th December 2016

Many teenagers are lured by peer pressure to start smoking. They are made to feel by their classmates and friends that it’s cool to sport a ‘fag dangling from your mouth.’ As a direct result of such pressure, it is estimated that 90 % of smokers take their first drag before the age of...

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Fighting Anorexia

23rd March 2016

Eating disorders are a growing concern in all societies all over the world. The Eating Disorders Association estimates that about 165,000 people in the UK have eating disorders. While most people think only young women are affected, that is far from the truth. Eating disorders can also affect...

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Fighting against adolescents’ vulnerability to drug addiction

16th March 2016

There is an ever increasing drug intake for young adults than ever before, and it has become apparent that drugs are much more dangerous for youth than they are for adults.It is clear that drug addiction is a chronic disease and understanding that the age at which people start using drugs can...

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