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Book. English.
Published Cambridge: Independence, 2014
Depression is a serious mental health problem and one which many people will experience in their lifetime. Some types of depression have specific triggers...

Book. English.
Published Cambridge: Independence, 2014
What motivates people to start smoking? Should they be encouraged to quit? Is it acceptable for the government to prohibit smoking in public places to...

Book. English.
Published Cambridge: Independence, 2013
It is common for young people to worry about their weight, size, and shape, and in some people this may develop into an eating disorder such as anorexia...

Book. English.
Published Cambridge: Independence, 2013
What causes HIV and how can we protect ourselves against it? How do those living with the illness cope with issues such as medical treatment, stigma,...

Book. English.
Published Cambridge: Independence, 2013
How do adolescents in Britain deal with issues such as exercise, nutrition, sex, stress, suicide, substance abuse, eating disorders, and mental health...

Book. English.
Published Cambridge: Independence, 2014
People drink alcohol for various reasons - socially, to relax or sometimes just to get through the day. This book explores the issues surrounding alcohol...

Book. English.
Published Cambridge: Independence, 2014
This title looks at the problems faced by people with physical or learning disabilities, including difficulty accessing transport, access to specialist...

Book. English.
Published Cambridge: Independence, 2014
Cannabis is the most widely-used illegal substance in Britain. Users say it helps them to relax but there are worries that smoking the drug can trigger...

Book. English.
Published Cambridge: Independence, 2014
Part of a set of study guides written with secondary school students in mind, the books that comprise this series explore a wide range of issues. This...

Book. English.
Published Cambridge: Independence, 2013
Is the UK lucky to have healthcare which is free at the point of access, or is the NHS riddled with problems such as bureaucracy and overworked staff?...
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