Issues Addressing Teen Sleep

Helene A. Emsellem, MD Medical Director. Helene A. Emsellem, MD is a nationally known sleep expert and the mother of three teens, Elyssa a recent graduate of University of Pennsylvania, who contributed a teen perspective to Snooze… or Lose!, Monique, a recent Muhlenberg College graduate, and Stella, a recent Connecticut …

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Fighting is an inevitable part of relationships. It’s important to know how to stop fighting and how to actually solve your problems instead.

Part III. International Perspective. The world medical community considers both euthanasia and assisted suicide to be in conflict with basic ethical principles of …

Eyes are one of the most amazing things about the human body; they allow us to capture and process a mass of information at an astonishing rate.

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Safe Sleep Aid ren Do Sleep Aids Hurt Your Liver with Insomnia Leads To Depression and Lancaster General Sleep Disorders Center are common and serious sleep disorder that causes you to stop breathing during sleep,brief interruptions in breathing during sleep.

cences and teen psychology pages. Youth issues, teen depression, suicide, pornography, music. Parenting and raising teenagers, education.

friends, parents, health professionals, educators and our community each play an important role in a teenager’s life. If you’re looking for ways to support someone in your life, our ToolBox is full of resources that can help.

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Mental illnesses are disorders of brain function. They have many causes and result from complex interactions between a person’s genes and their environment.

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Social & Political Issues in America: Resources in the Media Resources Center, UC Berkeley

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Sleep deprivation may be undermining teen health. Lack of sufficient sleep–a rampant problem among teens–appears to put cents at risk for cognitive and emotional difficulties, poor college performance, accidents and psychopathology, research suggests.