How family therapy helps teenagers with eating disorders

pexels-photo-207611.jpegA study has found that the more time teenagers spend browsing Facebook, the more likely they are to suffer from bulimia and anorexia.

But it also finds that the risk is moderated if parents are involved in how their children use the internet.
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How cognitive therapy is helping UK teenagers with ME

pexels-photo-326603.jpegWhile it is heartening to hear that ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) or CFS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) has at last been recognised as a health condition by the medical profession, today’s figures about the number of teenagers affected by it are quite shocking. Why are around one in a 100 of our teenagers here in the UK unable to get out of bed in the mornings to go to school, or barely able to keep awake during lessons?  And what help is available to them?
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