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La santé et le bien-être 1 | Quels sont les dangers du tabac / de l’alcool / des drogues?Le tabagisme augmente le risque de contracter le cancer du poumon et les maladies cardiaques. Il peut également réduire la fertilité chez les femmes. Certains jeunes croient que le tabagisme fait se sentir détendu et moins stressés pendant les examens. Selon un sondage, près de la moitié des 16 - 24 ans ont essayé de la drogue au moins une fois, de cannabis le plus souvent. Un certain nombre d'utilisateurs réguliers de drogues peut compter sur le cannabis, puis devenir accro aux drogues telles que l'héroïne ou la cocaïne. Toute dépendance peut avoir un effet désastreux sur les études et la santé. Boire avec modération est agréable et généralement inoffensif. Se saouler régulièrement peut avoir des effets physiques, sociaux et scolaires potentiellement graves. | 2 | Beaucoup de jeunes aujourd’hui disent qu’ils sont stressés. Pourquoi?Il y a beaucoup de raisons pour beaucoup des jeunes sont stressés, y compris les pressions de l'école, les examens, l'intimidation ou des arguments avec les parents. Il y a aussi la pression des médias pour les jeunes à regarder d'une certaine manière. Alors que beaucoup de jeunes peuvent se sentir triste, en colère ou solitaire, il est tout à fait normal de se sentir stressé à certains moments. Cependant, si le stress augmente trop, alors il peut conduire à la maladie mentale. | 3 | Pourquoi faut-il faire attention à ce qu’on mange?En accordant plus d'attention à ce que nous mangeons, nous allons assurer d'obtenir le bon équilibre de vitamines, minéraux et autres nutriments dans notre alimentation quotidienne. En mangeant les bons aliments non seulement nous sentir de notre mieux et avoir plus d'énergie, mais nous pouvons aussi aider à prévenir les problèmes de santé tels que les maladies cardiaques, accidents vasculaires cérébraux,…...

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