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Dangers in teenage life

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on 2 June 2013

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Transcript of Dangers in teenage life

Dangers in
teenage life Introduction Teen Drinking Teen Smoking Teenage Pregnancy Teen Drugs Anorexia nervosa Bulimia Nervosa Conclusion Some problems... Teen drinking
Teen smoking
Teen pregnancy
Teen drugs
Anorexia nervosa
Bulimia nervosa Teens don't just drink; they drink to excess Brain Development
and
Alcohol Abuse Drinking
and
driving Suicide Sexual Behavior Other risks Early 20s
brain still developing
Developing brain to alcohol
increases addiction car accidents
15-20
1 year= 1900 deaths (under 21)
16-20 more possibilities of death than 21 or + drinking drivers Alcohol:
interacts with depression, stress
300 teen suicides/year Higher drinking levels- increase likelihood of sexual activity
Risk in having a baby
engagement
Having sex with strangers Drinking alcohol
More possibilities of:
smoking
inhalants
carry weapons Smoking Lungs
Brain
Appearance Causes: Smoking parents
Pressure
Bad-influence programs
Rebellion Damages Pregnancy under age of 20
Vary depending on country
US- highest teenage birth rate Thanks for listening Teenage birth rate per 1,000 females aged 15–19, 2000–2009 Bulimia Nervosa Eating disorder
Eat a lot of food
vomite, exercise, use drugs Causes Health problems
burn mouth, throat or teeth
lose nutrients or fluids
breathing difficulties Reasons teenagers take drugs Socialising with friends
Relaxation or fun
Curiosity
Escape psychological pain Most common drugs: Alcohol
Cannabis
Tobacco Eating disorder
People think they are fat
Don't eat right amount of food
causes them to lose too much weight too quickly The End
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