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Warning Signs Your Teen Has an Eating Disorder

About 30 million people in the United States have eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. If left untreated, these disorders may result in potentially fatal health problems such as heart attack, tachycardia, and heart arrhythmia. Teenagers are particularly at risk of these eating disorders because most often onset during adolescence. This is …

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Coolsculpting: Get to Know the Applicators Utilized in the Procedure

Coolsculpting has become an acceptable and successful alternative to liposuction. It allows you to lose weight and contour your body without ever needing a surgical procedure. Admittedly, it is difficult to understand how it works. The first step might be for someone to understand the applicators that are available. Note that for the procedure to …

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A Short Guide to Helping Your Child Manage Their Mental Well-being

Half of the recorded mental health issues start at age 14, according to the World Health Organization. But the number could be more, as most conditions come undetected. This is the reason parents should look beyond their children’s physical health and refocus on the kids’ mental wellbeing, especially during the teenage years when the children …

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Tips for Helping Dementia Sufferers from Wandering

It’s the reality of dementia that families fervently hope wouldn’t happen to their loved one: wandering. However, according to statistics, six in 10 people with the disease would wander. As the health problem progresses and the brain goes further into decline, patients become more disoriented about time and places, increasing chances of traveling aimlessly and …

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