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Depends: I find the premise of your question silly. Any pastime from walking to swimming to camping to singing can be harmful, if done in a dangerous fashion. Teens with a gun freely available in a household, are more likely to use it for suicide, but that is an emotional issue. They can also hang themself in the closet. In rural America, hunting is part of life and those afraid of guns need to accept.See 1 more doctor answer
Yes: It is indicated for biotin deficiency. Their is no standardized test for Biotin deficiency. Hence clinical signs like hair thinning, rash, depression, tingling of arms and legs. May be associated with Diabetics, pregnancy, rapid weight loss and malabsorption. Doses are adjusted for ageSee 1 more doctor answer
Several: Boot camp is usually the last resort for a recalcitrant teen, before partial foster care. It's best to work up through levels of intensity of care to get to this point. Start with pediatrician, then psychologist, psychiatrist, behavioral home care, then intensive outpatient therapy, then inpatient then boot camp if all previous fail. Rarely gets to that point. Good luck and stay calm.
Behavior: If he/she is completely impervious to correlating with family. We live in a day and age where family discipline is ignored in a thousand diffeent ways. It is hardly surprising that distortions of behavior occur.
Yes!!!: Yes, of course. Start with a small size. Read the directions - you may want to use a small mirror the first time. The first one or two will not be super comfortable, but don't worry, you'll get used to them very quickly and they're so much more convenient than pads.
Extremely: Nutrition is extremely important to teens. Their bodies and brains are still growing! In fact kids gain about 20% of adult height and 50% of adult weight during adolescence. Adolescent boys need 2, 500-2, 800 per day, while girls need around 2, 200 per day -- provided in the form of lean protein, low-fat dairy, whole grains, and fruits and veggies. Make junk food "alternatives" like baked fries.
Inferiority: Believe it or not, bullies tend to have inferiority complexes, often from having been bullied themselves. And yes, it can continue into adult life. Tell someone you know and trust about the bullying. Keeping it inside does no good.
Perhaps: While I have no studies to prove it, I believe it does. Texting has replaced face to face communication and learning to problem solve with another person. We often say things in text we would not in person, so I believe it could affect anger in people not just teens. Promoting talking not texting is helpful. It needs to be balanced in this day of information technology.