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TeenHelp October 13th 2021 02:25 AM
Book recommendations: Black representation Jenna (.:Bibliophile:.) Traditionally published novels are not all that diverse. According to Lee and Low Books, 76% of authors that are published are white. The other 24% are split between the different ethnic groups. In recent years, there has been a call for more books to be published by People of Color (POC) and other diverse populations such as disabled and LGBTQIA+ individuals. Over the years, I have read a lot and I have tried to work to...
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TeenHelp October 13th 2021 02:16 AM
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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TeenHelp November 6th 2021 07:45 AM
10 ways to make you loathe laundry less! By Cassie (cynefin) Laundry - you either grin and bear it, or you bear it with the absence of a grin. Some find the fresh, clean laundry smell and the folding of clothes to be calming, but others do not! Here are a few things that might make your laundry, whether at home or in a laundromat, more tolerable. Air dry your clothes when possible. Air drying your clothes makes them smell fresh, especially because excess heat in the dryer can take away...
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TeenHelp November 7th 2021 09:31 AM
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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Here is How to Develop Your Math Skills Quickly If you want to rapidly improve your math skills but are worried that it isn’t possible, then relax because although it might seem overwhelming now, there are clear steps you can take to improve your knowledge in a short period of time. The worst approach you can take is to panic. Your brain will simply shut off and prevent you from soaking up any more knowledge. While stress is understandable if you have a test coming up or an assignment...
TeenHelp September 3rd 2015 07:06 PM
Travelling Abroad By Haley (Halcyon) While travelling abroad can be an amazing experience, it can also be quite stressful. Travelling abroad requires a lot of organisation and planning. Things like insurance, passports, currency, flights, and other factors need to be taken into consideration before travelling. Everything must fall into place to ensure a safe and timely trip. Here are some things to consider while planning your journey. Passports and Visas Before you think about...
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TeenHelp September 11th 2021 03:44 PM
How to tell when your pet is unwell By Charlie (Horsefeathers.) Whether your pet has fur, feathers, or scales, you probably only want the best for them. That’s why it’s important to know not only how to take care of them but how to gauge whether they’re in good health. Most health and behavioural problems can be dealt with more easily and effectively if they’re noticed sooner, so being aware of what’s normal for your pet and what’s abnormal can be vital in ensuring they live a long and...
TeenHelp September 11th 2021 03:38 PM
How to make a Sloppy Joe Anonymous Who doesn't like a Sloppy joe? They are fun to make and to eat. If it looks like a lot of ingredients or you don't have a lot of time, get all of the dry ones together and cut everything before you start or the night before, then add the liquid ingredients, it takes less time to cook. Ingredients
TeenHelp September 11th 2021 03:29 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 September 11th 2021 03:23 PM
Double standards: What they are and how to cope with them By Cassie (cynefin) Double standards sometimes have a few variations in their definition. They are frequently observed among romantic and familial relationships and friendships and coworkers. These standards occur when someone expects another to act a certain way but does not hold the themselves to the same standards. They can also be seen when someone treats two friends differently, or even in abusive relationships. Double...
TeenHelp March 12th 2021 06:24 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. ...
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