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"We All Have Problems" - Mental Health Awareness Ad

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AndrewJordanProductions Video entry to the HeadsUp Video Campaign to raise awareness for good mental health. This was made ...
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This is a Terrific Video as it shows that really everyone does have problems and this is whats going through millions of teenagers minds that have an unhealthy negative view of things, i believe that even it you are completely fine with yourself one day you are most likely find yourself asking one or more of these questions but its up to you to talk you someone and get the help and support you want and need. This relates to us all who have seen an un happy day whether its one with you being unsure of yourself or getting nervous to see your parents view of something or even just an exam at school.

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Teenage Pregnancy: My Story.

Hi, my name is Mykayla and I am 18 years old. I just graduated highschool, class of 2013 and a few months later found out that I am pregnant. I am 29 weeks p...
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This tells you a personal story of someone who went through a teenage pregnancy and its quite emotional and shows you what peoples reactions around you are and the decisions that come with being pregnant also how hard it is.

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Anxiety Drug Addiction Among Teenagers Grows - The News Ledge

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A new study, in the journal Psychology and Addictive Behaviors, is shining the light on another problem. Abuse of anti-anxiety and sleep medications.
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this is a great article as it shows how addictive even prescribed drugs can be when taken abusively. I honestly didn't know that people do this and it was a surprise to me, but it is understandable why and how teenagers do this as its not illegal drugs and you can buy it easily. 

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Research: Teenage drinking raises risk of early dementia

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Swedish study identifies heavy drinking as a teenager as the most serious of nine risk factors for young onset dementia

 

http://www.theguardian.com/society/2013/aug/12/teenage-drinking-early-dementia-study


Via Leo Fieldgrass
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This article shows how alcohol can raise risks of early dementia, it talks about research on people who have drunk alcohol at a young age and have early dementia. I never knew this could happen from Teenage alcohol use and I'm glad I know now.

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Meena Jasim's curator insight, May 3, 2014 8:20 AM

In term 1, we learnt a lot about teenage drinking, but in particular what drinking underage and binge drinking can do to our bodies and lives. These are things such as psychotic issues, social problems, brain damage, damage to all organs, fights, relationship problems, financial problems, legal problems and many more.  

 

In this article it  discusses a recent research with another serious life changing effect of alcohol which is dementia .Sweden's Umea University, examined the records of 488,484 men conscripted into military service in the country at an average age of 18 between 1969 and 1979, 487 of whom were later diagnosed with YOD at an average age of 54.


Through this article it reminds me of how dangerous such a drug of alcohol can be and to not abuse such a drug which has ruined many people lives especially not when I am underaged. By being a responsible alcohol drinker, diseases such as dementia will have a lesser chance to develop but you are also preventing your body and life with a lot more issues. 

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Youth drinking targeted in WA liquor law review

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Underage drinking has been targeted in a review of Western Australia's liquor laws, with it recommended that adults who supply other people’s children with alcohol should face criminal prosecution.

Via Lives Lived Well
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This is a good article showing the people being targeted in the WA that have to do with drinking laws. It is a good article.

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Alcohol - teenagers - Better Health Channel

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Alcohol or 'booze' is widely used by teenagers. Binge drinking, drink driving and unsafe sex can all result from the misuse of alcohol. Alcohol is responsible for most drug-related deaths in the teenage population.

Via Sophia Whitton
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This article is GREAT it tells people the facts, dangers, statistics, notes, guidance and help people need. It has informed me of so many things. This is one of the best articles I have read on alcohol use by teenagers. I would recommend this article to people because it has so much info and is very helpful on any questions people might have!  

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Sophia Whitton's curator insight, May 20, 2013 6:20 AM

This article gives the reader a lot of information on things such as slang (binge drinking), the risks of drinking, events that are well known for binge and underage drinking, consequences such as injuries that can occur and also how to prevent it getting out of control.
This article was so informative because it actually knew the right colloquial language so it was on young people's level and didn't just generalise terms.

Samuel Shalala's curator insight, March 10, 2015 6:59 PM

this is talking about the health for underage drinking for teenagers 

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Under age binge drinking: Children as young as 17 need liver transplants - Parentdish

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Under age binge drinking: Children as young as 17 need liver transplants
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Under age binge drinking: Children as young as 17 need liver transplants. Surgeon calls on legal drinking age to be raised to 21.

Via Tian Molnar
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I think this article is great it shows the risks of binge drinking and it shows how bad alcohol is for you when you are young and you binge drink also it is quiet interesting.

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Tian Molnar's curator insight, May 6, 2014 7:57 AM

This is so horrible. Children at such a young age need all this medical treatment because there parents are not responsible and let hem go out at get drunk and take drugs.

Charli Morelli's curator insight, May 21, 2014 2:01 AM

this is terrible. all the genuine people who need liver transplants are being pushed down the waiting list because of drunk teenagers as young as 17. 

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The importance of Sexual Education for Teenagers

The importance of Sexual Education for Teenagers.
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this is an ok video that really gets to the point of what the importance of sex ed for teenagers, as it explains it s very necessary as it tells of what is safe sex, what diseases there are, how they are obtained etc.

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Teenage Pregnancy

Heather & Lina's (fail) mainstream media representation of teenage pregnancy. Extremely unplanned and last minute ^_^
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this video is great as it shows a real life sinario of what can happen and what you should be cautious about, if you don't want to do something like go to a party and you just want to study don't give into peer pressure fight for what you want to do so something like this doesn't happen to you or choose a safer way to have fun at a party.

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Teenagers vs Drugs and Alcohol - YouTube

Teenagers vs Drugs and Alcohol

Via Troy Mccomas (troy48)
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this is a great video as it shows the real effect of drugs and alcohol and if shows you how in the start its all good and then what it turns into.

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Teenage drinking on the decline

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Our boozy Australian culture may soon be extinct if the results of a recent survey are anything to go by. (Teenage drinking on the decline.
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This article is suggesting that underage drinking in Australia is actually going down, they are beginning to notice this from statistics they found from talking to teenagers and research. I think this is a great article as they have shown a different side to underage drinking.

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Why should we worry about underage drinking? @ UOW


Via Sophia Whitton
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This is a good article, it shows statistics and tells the truth about wrong statements people have made about alcohol. It has good info and was very informative. 

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Sophia Whitton's curator insight, May 20, 2013 6:24 PM
This article from the University Of Wollongong websit contains lots of information on the under-age drinking "project" in Australia. It has arguments from people who may be 14-17 year olds that drink under-age. Then they prove those arguments wrong, with clever language.
Kirralee Hinch's curator insight, June 2, 2013 7:40 AM

I have re scooped this from sophia's blog. This article coming from the UOW is proving great statistics with their arguements and why society should worry about underage drinking.

Natasha Mullany's curator insight, May 21, 2014 1:30 AM

This article provides lots of great information. i like this article 

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Underage drinking rates 'alarming'

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A survey has found that Australia's underage drinkers consume more
than 175 million drinks a year.

Via Sophia Whitton
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This article shows many statistics and has shown me how much people who are underage drink and spend on alcohol it is great to be able to recognise this through this article.

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Sophia Whitton's curator insight, May 20, 2013 6:57 AM

This article gives the reader some information on the types of alcohol teenagers or under-age people consume (females/males).
Although, it gives out quite a negative tone to the under-age binge drinking epidemic. For example: "This just goes to show our young people are drinking excessively, and they are drinking to get drunk," which suggests that all young people drink.

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Dangerous under-age drinking on rise

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this article was aboyThis article shows that under-age drinking in Australia is a major problem. Stats in this article give the best explaination for this point, As 66.3% of 16 year olds said that "It's ok to get drunk occasionally" and 43.3 % of them also said that " One of the main reason's they drink is to get drunk". If this is the case there are going to be many worrying signs in the future concerning under-age drinking


Via Zac M Mclaren
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This article is about statistics and research on underage drinking, it has taught me a lot mainly about the harms of drinking. This article is  very important and is very informative and i think people should read it to get a better view of what alcohol can do to teens. 

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linasteinke's curator insight, February 14, 2014 4:42 PM

This article describes that children under the age of 18 are getting drunk and on some occasions would get so drunk that they need to call an ambulance, I think that this article tells people that Australian teenagers under 18 years of age actually want to get drunk and think that it's ok when actually are damaging their bodies from healing if you are injured and also going to get dementia when they are older.