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TeenHelp May 1st 2023 01:06 PM
Preparing for a first appointment for migraines By Dez (Wheek!) Many people with chronic headaches and migraines seek help from a doctor in order to gain relief. The points below can help you plan a trip to your doctor to discuss migraines. Make a note of how often your headaches and migraines occur. Write down how many headaches you get in a week or month and how long they tend to last. Make a note of symptoms. Migraines can cause several physical and mental symptoms....
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Accessing disability services as a college freshman By Christina (Philomath) Entering college/university is a huge transition for most young adults. Having a disability increases those challenges in most cases. Below are a few tips on how to get started off right as a freshman with appropriate supports. Know what services your college or university offer that will meet your specific needs. Inquire about the school’s services when deciding on colleges to choose from. Do...
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How to incorporate more steps into your daily routine By Cassie (cynefin) Ten thousand steps per day is considered the 'golden rule' for some. However, many of us have difficulty reaching that amount, especially if we have specific conditions or sedentary lifestyles such as spending a lot of time in school or the office. Below are a few ways to add some extra steps to your routine. To begin with, it may help to figure out the amount if steps you already take each day. Many devices such...
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What is Albinism? By Hollie (Everglow.) Albinism is a genetic condition caused by a lack of pigment called melanin in the skin, eyes and hair. As a result of this, people who have albinism may appear paler, and may have very light hair and eyes. Albinism can affect people of any nationality or skin colour, and also occurs in the animal world! Albino animals are very light in colour, and will often have red or pink eyes - a trait that can also be sometimes seen in people under certain light...
TeenHelp February 12th 2022 01:52 PM
Dangers of Teen Vaping Teenagers are often in a hurry to grow up and tend to do things to make them look and feel older, and some teenagers do things they shouldn't feel like they belong. For decades, teens have stated that these were the reasons they started smoking cigarettes. Today, vaping has taken the place of smoking among teens as a supposedly safer alternative. What is Vaping? Vaping involves inhaling vapor created by an e-cigarette or a vape pen. Vaping devices contain...
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What is Sanfilippo syndrome? Brittany (.Brittany.) Also referred to as childhood dementia, Sanfilippo syndrome is a rare, genetic, metabolic disorder that currently has no cure. Sanfilippo syndrome only happens if a child gets a defective gene from both parents. When both parents have the defective gene, they have a 1 in 4 chance of having a child born with Sanfilippo syndrome. As a result, 1 in every 70,000 children born in America is born with Sanfilippo (Source). Sanfilippo syndrome...
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Signs you might be autistic (and not know it) By Holly (Celyn) Many people go through their life without knowing they might be autistic. This might be because family members, teachers and friends might not know much about autism or might only know about the autistic stereotype (usually a boy, who has few friends, isn’t particularly verbal and is ‘obsessed’ with particular topics for example, trains) and therefore might not see you as being autistic. This is especially true if you are...
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