Archive | July, 2008

Anxiety Disorders in Kids

Posted on 25 July 2008 by

Anxiety and panic attacks are something that have become quite common among us as individual adults.  What many people don’t realize, however, are how prevalent anxiety disorders in children have become.  As a matter of fact, many children are dealing with anxiety on an increasing basis because of the conditions of the world around them […]

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Dealing with Your Teenager

Posted on 18 July 2008 by

The teenage years are some of the most difficult for anyone to go through. If you can remember back to the time whenever you were a teenager, you no doubt remember some situations that you came into which were also very difficult for you to handle. This can not only be difficult on the teenager, […]

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Fit Pregnancy

Posted on 08 July 2008 by

Pregnancy can be one of the greatest times in a woman’s life but it also can be a time that they may let their health go to a certain extent. This is really a shame because they are not only dealing with their own health, they are dealing with the health of the fetus that […]

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