Eating Disorders

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In the United States, as many as 10 in 100 young women suffer from an eating disorder. However, eating disorders affect both males and females at many stages in the life cycle. Overeating related to tension, poor nutritional habits and food fads are relatively common eating problems for youngsters. The term “eating disorders” encompasses a […]

Tips to avoid being unhealthy

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Obesity is a very very big problem, everyone know that already. Countless studies have been made to find reasons and cures but it still plagues the society today. Some of the most unfortunate victims of obesity are children, children who will have the physical and social burden of being “fat” throughout their lives. So for […]

Break-Down of Behavior Disorders

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Studies are showing that as many as one in five children may have an identifiable mental, emotional or behavior disorder. Although this number is staggering, the good news is that once identified, such disorders are highly treatable. The nine most common behavior disorders in children include anxiety disorder, depression, bi-polar disorder, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, learning […]

Behavior Management Center – Help for Teen Obesity

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Developing healthy eating habits in teens starts early in life, but as can be seen from the obesity epidemic America faces today, this doesn’t happen. It’s okay though. It’s never too late for overweight teenagers to turn their life around. A behavior management center can help with this. Most parents don’t know how to tell […]

Behavior Disorder Modification Can Stop Eating Disorders in Teens

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Teenage is a phase in one’s life that is characterized by many challenges, both on a physical as well as emotional level. These challenges tend to impact the behavior of teens. As a result, in extreme cases, behavior disorder modification becomes a necessity for treatment of a particular condition. Amongst others, looking good and being […]

Childhood Obesity Causes and Remedies

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Before we delve into this dilemma, perhaps we should clear up any initial uncertainty. An obese child is not a few pounds overweight. Childhood obesity is when total body weight is more than 25 percent fat in boys and more than 32 percent fat in girls (Lohman, 1987). It is not cute. It is not […]

Prevent Teens and Young Women from ANOREXIA, a LifeSteal Mistaken as LifeStyle Choice

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In simple words, anorexia nervosa is a psychological disorder characterized by delusions that you are too fat despite being emaciated. Anorexia nervosa is a serious, often chronic, and life-threatening eating disorder defined by a refusal to maintain minimal body weight within 15 percent of an individual’s normal weight. Other essential features of this disorder include […]