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  1. Hot Topic exam stress

    Kids Helpline

    Kids Helpline hot topic exam stress

  2. Interventions for preventing and treating stress fractures and stress reactions of bone of the lower limbs in young adults

    Australasian Cochrane Centre

    Stress fractures are a type of overuse injury. They can be very painful and debilitating. Lower limb stress fractures are common in people undergoing military training and in athletes, particularly long distance runners. Measures to prevent stress fract...

  3. Stress and exams

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    Every one has stress in their lives. Stress can help people make the most of opportunities or it can cause health problems.

  4. 20s to 30s Prevention is the key

    At your peak mental and physical health, now is the time to develop lifelong healthy habits

  5. Exam Stress

    Kids Helpline

    Information on the topic of exam stress

  6. Suicide

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    Every year around the world, young people lose their lives to suicide. Nearly as many young people die from suicide as die in car accidents.

  7. Young Carers

    Kids Helpline

    Information on the topic of young carers

  8. Post traumatic stress disorder

    Queensland Health

    Post traumatic stress disorder is commonly referred to as PTSD. It is a condition that some children and young people develop after they have been exposed to a distressing experience (trauma) such as war, being assaulted, being in car accident or witnessing the injury or sudden death of a loved one. Catastrophes such as earthquakes, floods, fires or violent storms may also have a major impact on children and young people. One of the most common causes of PTSD is being exposed to - or a victim of - sexual, emotional or physical abuse.

  9. Family breakdown

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    When a family breaks up because parents decide to separate, young people have a lot to deal with.

  10. Family breakdown

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    When a family breaks up because parents decide to separate, young people have a lot to deal with. Parents may be tied up with their own emotional issues and not very supportive.

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