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Young Life Australia

Welcome to Young Life Australia, a dynamic not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting and nurturing our youth by building confidence, values and resilience.

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Hannah Kim's comment, October 31, 2012 6:15 AM
This article talks about how we can't change how our body is built but how we can look the best from how we are and how we can keep our body healthy by having a balanced diet and by exercising daily. I think it is great to have this article to let teenagers know that they can look good from what they have.
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How to set teens up for a healthy relationship with alcohol

How to set teens up for a healthy relationship with alcohol | bep lifestyle | Scoop.it
Young Australians are exposed to a range of risks from alcohol, both from drinking themselves and other people’s use.

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Hannah Kim's comment, October 31, 2012 6:04 AM
This article is also about keeping teenagers safe while them still having alcohol, so it's basically trying to teach teens about how to control themselves when drinking. This article is great as teenagers can now learn and know how to control how much they drink so that they don't get drunk.
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About Lung Cancer | Cancer Council NSW

This article gives you heaps of information about Lung Cancer which  is all packed into a brightly coloured professional website. There is information about living with cancer and cancer sufferers, preventing cancer, treatment of cancer and heaps more. There are also links for support with cancer and reducing risks. Overall it is a great website and page for lung cancers and everything else to do with cancer. It is also a reliable website becuase it is written by the Cancer Council.


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Teenage obesity raises cancer risk

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Read 'Teenage obesity raises cancer risk' on Yahoo! News. London, June 16 (IANS) Men who were overweight or obese as teenagers are more likely to die from cancer in later life, says a study.


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Teenage obesity increases later cancer risk - Telegraph

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Men who were overweight at 18 are a third more likely to die from cancer in middle age, a new study suggests.


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Jeremy E Harrison's curator insight, November 13, 2013 7:04 PM

This article is similiar to what we have been studying in class about lifesyle diseases but this includes two points. The fact that obesity is a hard thing to overcome in children the fact that it is now even harder with the increased risk of getting cancer later in life will affect all of those with obesity.

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Statins may be linked to cancer survival

(Reuters Health) - Danish cancer patients taking cholesterol-lowering statin drugs were 15 percent less likely to die, of cancer or any other cause, than patients who were not on the popular medications, in a new study.

 

The pattern held regardless of a person's age, cancer type, tumor size or whether it had spread. Only patients who had received chemotherapy showed no apparent benefit from taking statins - the most commonly-prescribed drugs in the world.


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Your Baby's Bowels and Constipation - Fashion Central

Your Baby's Bowels and Constipation - Fashion Central | bep lifestyle | Scoop.it
The protection of child health against diseases is very important for every parent. Baby’s bowel, excretory waste changes with the diet of baby, its obstruction can cause constipation which can result in harmful effect in infants.
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Alcohol - teenagers | Better Health Channel

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.

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Hannah Kim's comment, October 31, 2012 5:58 AM
This articles tells us that so many teenagers over the age of 14 has already had alcohol. They say that alcohol mainly the cause of drug related deaths in the teenage population. Also how so many teenagers get drunk and have unsafe sex and drink drive. This article really helps parents and teenagers themselves to realize how dangerous drinking can be.
Ruby Pallone's curator insight, November 23, 2014 5:06 AM

This article is informing people about the effects of alcohol, drugs and the many ways you can change from these bad decisions, as well as the strategies parents could use to get you on track. The article is very useful and helpful to people who need help with these areas of life and can use the methods provided to change. 

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Healthy lifestyle

This slide is really helpful for people who want to learn more about what they should be doing to take care of their body. It tells you what foods you should be eating, but also outlines the types of foods that should be avoided in order to have a healthy heart. 

Along with the right foods the slide also shows the right amount of excercise that should be included in order to keep yourself healthy.

 

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Lifestyle Diseases - Health Guide - Allianz Australia

Lifestyle Diseases - Health Guide - Allianz Australia | bep lifestyle | Scoop.it

Although this is a insurance company website, this page is a great general information sheet about lifestyle diseases. The subheadings on the page make it easy to read and locate the information you need. It includes information on what a Lifestyle disease actually is an has examples of possible causes of lifestye diseases that people often overlook. It is also a very reliable website becuase if you look at the bottom of the page, where the refrences are there are many references and some that are government websites. This page should be read by anyone and everyone even if you are not worried by lifestyle diseases. 


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Pulp to play Teenage Cancer Trust show

Pulp to play Teenage Cancer Trust show | bep lifestyle | Scoop.it
Pulp are to perform at the Royal Albert Hall in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust next month.

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Man with terminal brain cancer told he's 'fit for work' - Politics.co.uk

Man with terminal brain cancer told he's 'fit for work' - Politics.co.uk | bep lifestyle | Scoop.it
Man with terminal brain cancer told he's 'fit for work'Politics.co.uk"The work capability assessment is unreliable and unhelpful, as well as being arbitrary and cruel," said Peter Beresford, professor of social policy at Brunel University.

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Cure For Facial Dry Skin Eczema

www.iamupforit.com Ifyou suffer from eczema, you may have turned to the internet or asked your doctor about treatment options. There are many ways to treat eczema, but they arent one-time things.
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Plant compounds tied to less stomach cancer in women: study - Chicago Tribune

Plant compounds tied to less stomach cancer in women: study - Chicago Tribune | bep lifestyle | Scoop.it
Plant compounds tied to less stomach cancer in women: studyChicago TribuneThe findings don't prove that flavonoids alone can ward off the disease, because other factors such as a healthier lifestyle may play a role.
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