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#Eat vs #Starve
#Eat It takes unhealthy, starving girls to look like models on T.V. or in magazines. That is a situation no one should be in. These types of ads should be out lawed. The first thing I see when I open every magazine is at least one skinny... (more »)
Just Don't
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Depression: Don't tell me you understand because you get sad sometimes. Insomnia: Don't tell me you're an insomniac because you missed a few nights of sleep. Eating Disorder: Don't tell me you have an eating disorder because you missed a... (more »)
Panic Attack
By , Rawalpindi, OR
A strong feeling of fear, foreboding, a feeling I was very well familiar with, took over me. I could never get used to this feeling of impending doom; it always felt like I was in grave danger. I knew very well what was to follow, and it was... (more »)
You think obesity is a disease, but it is not.
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Obesity is a widespread condition that is commonly mistermed as a disease due to lack of understanding of what the word “disease” really means. A disease is a term that is classified under a variety of definitions depending on the... (more »)
A Victim to Heroin This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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 I found Allison's article A victim to Heroin was extremely moving. She adequetly describes what killed her boyfriend, partner in crime, his killer was "silent and deadly" she states that this type of enemy had taken a deep control of her... (more »)
Breakdown or Breakout?
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     Have you ever turned over a makeup bottle and read the ingredients?  If you just answered no, I've got a newsflash for you.  The makeup you're putting on your face isn't covering the zit you have, it's infecting your body. ... (more »)
The Reading Race: A Portrait of Dyslexia This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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If life gives you melons… you might have dyslexia. For the first few years of our lives, before my older brother Max was diagnosed with dyslexia, he and I were equally matched physically and mentally. We always proved this through our... (more »)
Tune In to a Healthy Lifestyle
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What is music? Many sources say it is a combination of sounds that produce beautiful harmony, form, and emotions. Similar to exercising or good nutrition, music is actually a fundamental part of our daily lives. Different studies have shown... (more »)
To Shed a Tear or to Shed a Drop of Blood?
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I have a good life. I have my share of ups and downs. But over all I live a content and fulfilling life. Sure I get sad sometimes. I feel like life is problem producing machine, but I get over it. But what about those who don’t? I think one of... (more »)
Physical Health Favored Over Mental Health
By , Plano, TX
The World Health Organization defines health as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being…” and that there is “no health without [the well-being of] mental health.” Despite various advances in... (more »)
Designer Babies: Creating a Demigod Race
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Close your eyes and imagine a world where you are the person you’ve always wanted to be. Maybe you are taller, more intelligent, more athletic. Maybe you look like a model: thin, tan, gorgeous. It sounds amazing doesn’t it? Although... (more »)
Change as it Relates to Humans
By , Blacklick, OH
 Change is inevitable. Yet, humans beings often dread change as bodies age,  situations alter, and things beloved are succeeded by things new. But without change there would be a lack of growth-no strive towards perfection. Also, the character... (more »)
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A Victim to Heroin This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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A part of me died on July 28th, 2014. My best friend, my boyfriend, and my partner in crime passed away in the early morning, just hours after I spoke to him. His killer was silent and deadly. This enemy had taken control of him months... (more »)
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Good-Bye, Normal Life This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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I was eight when my normal life got ripped out from under me. As a fourth grader, life wasn’t all that difficult. Nothing weighed on my mind except choosing which friend to spend the weekend with. That weekend in 2005 started just like... (more »)
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Skin and Bones This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
By , Cannon Falls, MN
“I want to go home,” I whispered over and over. Tears ran down my face. I missed my home, my friends, and most of all, my family. I couldn’t go home, though – not until I got better. I had demolished my body, and it was... (more »)
Scrubadubdub This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Scrubadubdub scrub. scrub. scrub. i used to be defined by how many times i could scorch my hands under a tap until the skin peeled away from my hands and the way i would not dare to touch the door... (more »)
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