Health

Our child has reached adolescence and it’s not only his body that’s undergoing changes. Beyond the classic “hormonal revolution” his mind also has new concerns, fears and needs. Our mission is to go deeper into adolescent psychology, in order to prevent possible eating disorders. It will also be useful to know what illnesses may appear in this period of their life cycle.

All About Tattoos During Adolescence

Tattoos during adolescence can be a way for teens to identify and express themselves through images and symbols. Puberty brings along with it radical changes for each human being. In general, the hardest changes to face are the psychological and…

What to Do if Your Children Swallow Gum?

No matter how hard you try to stop your children from chewing gum, they’ll probably find a way to do so. Maybe someone gives it to them as a birthday present, a Halloween treat, or a gift from their grandparents.…

Period Blood Colors and Their Meanings

Did you know that the different period blood colors can tell you a lot about what’s going on in your body? The human body is designed in such a perfect way that it can tell you if you’re suffering from…

Adolescents Abusing Energy Drinks

Energy drinks are currently popular and widely available, but unfortunately, this has led some teenagers to believe they’re completely safe to drink. This fact is worrying to both parents and nutritionists because it can lead to abusing energy drinks. Teens…

Nutrition for Relieving Premenstrual Syndrome

Premenstrual syndrome refers to a set of physical, psychological and behavioral symptoms that affect 80% of women. It’s also important to know that a more serious form is known as premenstrual dysphoric disorder. This specific condition only affects between 1.3 and 5.3%…

Ringing in the Ears: Causes and Solutions

Many people suffer from annoying noises without knowing where they come from and wonder why their ears are ringing. If this is your case, remember that it’s usually due to everyday noises at work or excessive volume. Continue reading to…