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TeenHelp September 11th 2021 02:29 PM
Remember to care for yourself during the COVID-19 pandemic! By Anonymous The pandemic that we’ve come to know as COVID-19 is a contagious disease within the coronaviridae family which originated in Wuhan, China during the final months of 2019. The pandemic, which is approaching its second year, has taken a significant toll on the global human population — even in Antarctica! Thousands of individuals have lost their lives as a direct result of the pandemic; while the lives of others got...
TeenHelp March 12th 2021 05:24 AM
Coping with the Covid-19 pandemic By Hollie (Everglow.) Ever since the Covid-19 pandemic began at the end of 2019, the world as we know it has changed drastically. Globally, we have endured lockdowns, isolation, and a continuous stream of unsettling statistics and news stories, all of which have made adjusting and coping with the situation a challenge. It is very natural to be struggling with this seemingly endless pandemic, so here are five top-tips for coping with the on-going pandemic. ...
TeenHelp June 23rd 2021 05:00 PM
Hiring a Personal Trainer: The Role of a PT and How to Determine Which is Right For You By Sarah (Rivière) The role of a personal trainer The role of a personal trainer is to be a fitness educator. The client should receive training on correct exercise technique, nutritional guidance, and to be more self-aware of their own body. Each of these things help the client to reach their fitness goal(s). A personal trainer is not a dietician, and must stay within their scope of practice....
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Tips to Working out in Your Teenage Years By Paisley Hansen (guest author) Your teenage years are your most productive. During this period, you’re discovering yourself and what you like and don’t like. You’re also very conscious about how you look. Choosing an exercise to keep you fit or help you lose weight could be hard because you’ve never done it before. Luckily, there are ways to go about it, and they are outlined in the following tips. Eat Healthy Foods You need strength...
cynefin September 4th 2019 01:50 PM
How to exercise when you have a chronic illness By Cassie (cynefin) source] Finding interesting and fun ways to exercise can be a challenge, especially if you have a chronic illness. Exercise is said to help with illnesses, but as many people know, it can also make you feel a little worse. Here are a few light exercises that are beneficial for those with a chronic illness - and those without - as well as a few different ideas to keep your routine going. Exercises
TeenHelp August 3rd 2019 12:31 PM
Overcoming anxiety when swallowing pills By Cassie (cynefin) While some people don't think twice when it is time to take a medication, others find it to be a big source of anxiety. A lot of adults and children alike are able to swallow pills, but there are more people than commonly thought who cannot. Pill swallowing anxiety can be caused by previous bad experiences. Some have difficulty because as children, they are taught to not put non-food items in their mouths. Some pills (such as...
TeenHelp June 1st 2019 12:07 PM
Healthy weight loss: how to get an accurate reading on the scale By Cassie (cynefin) source] For some people losing weight, getting accurate readings on the scale is difficult and sometimes daunting. A lot of different factors contribute to the scale's accuracy changing. This article is going to take a look at how to weigh yourself in order to receive the closest number to your actual weight that you can. Choosing a scale
TeenHelp February 3rd 2019 01:49 AM
The different types of vision loss and what to do about them By Hollie (Everglow.) Vision loss can affect anybody, and chances are either you or somebody you know wears glasses or contact lenses. You may have heard of terms such as short-sightedness, long-sightedness, sight impaired, or severely sight impaired (or blind), but a lot of the time these terms can be confusing unless you need to know about them. There are also a wide range of eye conditions that can affect vision, such as...
TeenHelp January 3rd 2019 03:30 AM
Your menstrual cycle: understanding weight gain By Cassie (cynefin) Disclaimer: This article mentions weight numbers. Make sure you are in a safe place before proceeding. Menstrual cycles and the symptoms that accompany them can be an uncomfortable time for people. Many people struggle with a variety of different symptoms including headaches, nausea, cramps, and emotional symptoms. Some people also struggle with weight gain which can cause your favorite clothes to feel tighter around...
TeenHelp January 3rd 2019 03:22 AM
Different types of Hysterectomies By Chantal (MsNobleEleanor) You may know someone or have heard about women having a hysterectomy, which is the removal of the uterus, fallopian tubes, cervix, and ovaries. A hysterectomy is done for a wide range of different medical reasons. This article will look into what a hysterectomy is, why someone may need this surgery and the risks. Breakdown of a hysterectomy A hysterectomy is the removal or partial removal of the reproductive organs....
TeenHelp January 3rd 2019 03:20 AM
Healthy Dental Tips for Teenagers to Maintain Great Pearly Whites By Sharon Williams (Guest author) It is essential to maintain healthy teeth and gums at any age and teenage years are no exception. Every teen is conscious about their looks as they want to socialize and fit-in easily without having to worry about their appearance. Therefore, they must practice healthy oral habits to maintain healthy teeth that can build their self-esteem and confidence. You can help them achieve that...
cynefin November 3rd 2018 01:49 PM
Alzheimer's Disease By Dez (Melancholia.) Alzheimer's Disease is a form of dementia that impacts a person's memory, thinking, and behavior. The disease is progressive, meaning it worsens and affects a person's ability to function more and more throughout their life. Even though many people associate Alzheimer's with the elderly, younger people can also develop the disease. In fact, around 200,000 Americans under the age of 65 have Alzheimer's. This is known as Early-Onset Alzheimer's....
TeenHelp September 5th 2018 11:53 AM
How to sleep better By Cassie (cynefin) Source] Currently, it seems like there just isn't enough time in one day. Added to that the stresses of everyday life, and people may struggle to get enough sleep each night. This article is going to make suggestions to help get a better quality of sleep.

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