What are eating disorders and disordered eating? Eating disorders are serious mental illnesses that also affect physical health. The most common eating disorders are: anorexia nervosa, which is when someone tries to lose more weight than is healthy and has a distorted body image bulimia nervosa, which is when someone eats very large amounts of food and then gets rid of the food - for example, by vomiting or using laxatives binge eating disorder, which is when someone eats very large amounts of food and feels distressed about their eating, but doesn't try to get rid of the food.
Advantages of dummies Sucking seems to have a soothing and settling effect on babies. Sucking a dummy helps some babies settle. When babies use dummies during sleeps and naps, there's a reduced risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). The best way to protect your baby against sudden unexpected death in infancy (SUDI) including SIDS and fatal sleeping accidents is to put him to sleep on his back with his face uncovered.
About sleeptalking Sleeptalking can happen any time, but it usually happens in the earliest stages of deep sleep. People in deep sleep are hard to wake up and might feel quite drowsy when they do wake up. This means that even if you can get your child into a sleep conversation, your child probably won't remember it in the morning.
Personal hygiene and your child with autism spectrum disorder When your teenage child was younger, you taught her the basics of good hygiene - how to clean her teeth, have a shower or bath, wash and brush her hair, blow her nose and wash her hands. In adolescence, your child's changing body means that his personal hygiene routines need to change.
Benefits of a strong parent-school relationship As a parent, you know your child better than anyone else does. Your child's teachers will want to get to know him too. When you have a strong and respectful relationship with your child's school and teachers, you're in a good position to give them the information they need to help your child get the most out of his education.
Story In Daddy's Home 2 , stepfather Brad (Will Ferrell) and biological father Dusty (Mark Wahlberg) seem to have made amends after the feud that featured in the first Daddy's Home movie. They're busy showing off their family-raising abilities as 'co-dads'. But then their daughter Megan (Scarlett Estevez) announces in her school address that she hates Christmas because she has to go back and forth between homes.