Miscellanea Well-Being Teen Health and Wellness Girl Scouts of Virginia Skyline Council Health - Health Skin-care Advice The teen years can be filled with angst – the last thing you need is trouble skin. We asked the experts for solutions to the most common teen skin problems. WebMD Feature From breakouts that come out of the blue, to finger warts that makes you feel like everyone's staring, to an oily complexion that shines out of control, the teenage years can be filled with skin problems. If you're like many teenagers, you probably feel you're the only one who's affected. "As a dermatologist [a skin specialist], I understand how frustrating and embarrassing certain teen skin problems are," says Dr Joel Schlessinger. To help you do just that, we turned to several experts for advice on some of the most common teenage skin problems. Teen skin problem 1: Acne As hormone levels rise and bodies change, skin reacts. For other teens though, breakouts go far beyond a spot or two to create a chronic condition known as acne. Day says that stresses associated with teen life can also be a contributing factor.
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Teenage Health Freak Geography Alcohol Advice Is Alcohol a Drug? Alcohol is often forgotten about when we mention drugs as it’s so accepted and widely available nowadays. Though it may be legal and is usually a counterpart of a good night out, it can still pose the same threats as other less common drugs. I’m sure we all know the short-term effects of alcohol, at worst these are: slurred speech, vomiting, headaches, distorted speech and vision, impaired judgement, memory loss and many more. Thankfully most people know their limits and avoid the longer term effects which are listed below. Long-Term Dangers of Alcohol Alcohol causes more pain and suffering than all other recreational drugs combined. Addiction Fact: The earliest evidence of alcohol drinking is thought to be around 7000BC. Why Do People Drink Alcohol? People have been drinking alcohol for thousands of years. What Steps to take when Drinking How to Tell if You Have an Alcohol Problem If alcohol is beginning to cause problems in your life then there will usually be signs.
Statistics by Area - Child labour Last update: Jan 2013 Millions of children work to help their families in ways that are neither harmful nor exploitative. But many children are put to work in ways that often interfere with their education, drain their childhood of joy and crush their right to normal physical and mental development. Such work is considered harmful to the child and should therefore be eliminated. Nearly one in six children aged 5–14 are engaged in child labour in the worldPercentage of children aged 5–14 engaged in child labour at the time of the survey, by region Note: Estimates based on a subset of 91 countries covering 71% of the population of children aged 5-14 in the world (excluding China, for which comparable data are not available in UNICEF global databases). Boys and girls are equally likely to be engaged in child labour, across all regionsPercentage of boys and girls aged 5–14 engaged in child labour at the time of the survey, by region
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