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Healthy Pregnancy Lifestyle

A healthy lifestyle can help reduce the likelihood that you will have some pregnancy health problems. Healthy eating in pregnancy can improve your health and wellbeing. It is also important for your baby’s growth and development. You might have sudden cravings for foods you do not usually eat. This is probably because of hormonal changes…

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Teenage Development

In the early teenage years, there are a lot of changes: physical, emotional and social. During this time, teenage bodies, emotions, and identities change in different ways at different times. Physical changes For boys, physical changes usually start around 11-12 years – but any time between 9 and 14 years is normal. Physical changes include…

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Building Healthy Relationships

Healthy relationships with your partner and family members can enhance your life and make everyone feel good about themselves. They don’t just happen though; healthy relationships take time to build and need work to keep them healthy. The more positive effort you put into a relationship, the healthier it should be. Just because you love…

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Risk Factors for Developing Depression

If your child feels sad for weeks on end, find himself low on energy or motivation, or no longer enjoy doing things that used to interest him, he might be experiencing depression. It’s not necessarily about feeling sad. Depression is a mental health condition which can affect a person’s ability to function. Depression is often…

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Teenagers and Tattoo’s

Tattoos and body-piercings can be a way for young people to express their identity. Young people get tattoos and body-piercings for lots of reasons, including: • because they want to be like their peers • as an expression of identity and individuality • as a fashion statement • because they want to rebel against their…

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Families with Disabled Children

Being disabled means not being able to do things that other person of the same age can do, like: • A person who cannot move his legs because of an injury (his legs are paralyzed) is disabled. • A person who cannot hear what the teacher is saying because he has a hearing loss is…

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Benefits of Volunteering

Volunteering is great for our health – it makes us feel good while helping others in the process. Volunteers are generally healthier, happier and have lower rates of depression. Research shows people who volunteer have better health and wellbeing. Some in the field, say it makes them happier, gives them a sense of self-worth and…

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Keeping the Rules (Discipline)

Even some people may think that discipline is about punishment, discipline is about learning and keeping the rules, to keep ourselves and others happy and safe. Your home is the first and most important place in your life, but it is also the most dangerous place where most accidents that happen to kids take place.…

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What is Emotional Abuse?

Having a satisfying romantic relationship takes hard work. Knowing what to expect from a relationship and what you want from it, and how to communicate with and listen to your partner, are really important aspects of having a good relationship. Aspects of emotional abuse are involved in many unhealthy relationships. The aim of the emotional…

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Running Away from Home

Have you ever been in trouble at home or at school and thought to yourself, “I will run away and then they will be sorry!” There are numerous reasons why kids run away from home, however, they all have something to do with one or more of these problems: at home, like feeling unsafe, fighting…

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