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Keeping Kids Healthy, 12, Overcoming Obesity
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directed by Dan Glovach; produced by Karin Attonito, in Keeping Kids Healthy, 12 (Millis, MA: Aquarius Health Care Media, 2005), 27 mins
A child with unhealthy eating habits and little or no physical activity will result in an obese child. The medical results of obesity on children can include Type 2 diabetes, kidney disease, heart disease, etc. But the great news is that the threat to your kids is preventable, because there are ways to help your c...
directed by Dan Glovach; produced by Karin Attonito, in Keeping Kids Healthy, 12 (Millis, MA: Aquarius Health Care Media, 2005), 27 mins
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Volume 2 New Releases: DSM 5 Guided Eating Disorder Series, Volume 2, Episode 14, Anorexia Nervosa Restricting Type Moderate B-1
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in Volume 2 New Releases: DSM 5 Guided Eating Disorder Series, Volume 2, Episode 14 (Santa Monica, CA: Symptom Media, 2015), 8 mins
John is lean and wears a loose sweatshirt. His hands are buried in his pockets as he nervously leans forward. He is soft spoken and makes only intermittent eye contact as he requests a note from the therapist to allow him to continue on the college wrestling team. John has been ordered to stay on the sidelines a...
in Volume 2 New Releases: DSM 5 Guided Eating Disorder Series, Volume 2, Episode 14 (Santa Monica, CA: Symptom Media, 2015), 8 mins
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Psychotherapy Networker, Vol. 37, No. 4, July-August 2013
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edited by Richard Simon, fl. 2012, in Psychotherapy Networker (District of Columbia: Psychotherapy Networker, 2013, originally published 2013), 76 page(s)
edited by Richard Simon, fl. 2012, in Psychotherapy Networker (District of Columbia: Psychotherapy Networker, 2013, originally published 2013), 76 page(s)
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Teens - Body Image and Beyond
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presented by Carol Butler, fl. 2013 and Ester A. Leutenberg, fl. 2010 (Duluth, MN: Whole Person Associates, 2013, originally published 2013), 130 page(s)
Puberty’s physical changes, combined with identity, popularity, and athletic pressures, contribute to adolescent challenges. Food and weight are not the only issues; preoccupation with facial features, skin, hair, clothes and height, and striving for brawny builds or hourglass figures undermine peace of mind and...
presented by Carol Butler, fl. 2013 and Ester A. Leutenberg, fl. 2010 (Duluth, MN: Whole Person Associates, 2013, originally published 2013), 130 page(s)
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