Boys into Men Staying Healthy Through the Teen Years by Mark A. Goldstein, Myrna Chandler Goldstein
  

Synopsis

Boys into Men Staying Healthy Through the Teen Years by Mark A. Goldstein, Myrna Chandler Goldstein

What are the most prevalent sports injuries for male teenagers? How should a guy protect himself from injury or disease while enjoying outdoor activities? Is it normal for a teenager to feel depressed? Answers to these questions and others often asked by adolescent boys can be found in this straightforward guide written specifically for them. Goldstein, a physician who specializes in care for adolescents, provides examples from his own practice to explain the most common ailments of this age group, as well as to provide boys with the choices they can make to help keep themselves healthy. Arranged topically, each chapter covers a different aspect of mind and body. Readers will discover what physical changes they can expect at their age, as well as the most common physical ailments. They can also find out what psychological changes they may be experiencing and why, along with ways to get help for serious problems like drug and alcohol abuse or suicidal tendencies. The many topics covered include: nutrition, sports, injuries, sexuality, suicide, drug and alcohol abuse, and cross cultural issues. Written with an emphasis on wellness, advice is given on how to prevent injuries and disease, as well as how to care for one's body through good habits like eating well and getting enough sleep. Boys are encouraged to take care of themselves and to develop open and honest relationships with their physicians to help insure a happy and healthy adolescence.

Reviews

This is a book that belongs in the reference section and also in the circulating collection. It has all the information that young adult males need, but are usually afraid to ask... Essential. - Blanche Woolls & David Loertscher (GaleGroup.com) A useful guide that answers just about every question an adolescent boy could ask. Boys will find the information easy to read and understand... This is a guide that should be available for students to use in every middle and high school library. Recommended. - The Book Report ... the book covers many health issues that might be difficult for boys to discuss with their parents or healthcare givers... an appropriate additional resource for larger collections. - VOYA What are the most prevalent sports injuries for male teenagers? How should a guy protect himself from injury or disease while enjoying outdoor activities? Is it normal for a teenager to feel depressed? Answers to these questions and others often asked by adolescent boys can be found in this straightforward guide written specifically for them. Mark Goldstein, a physician who specializes in care for adolescents, provides examples from his own practice to explain the most common ailments of this age group, as well as to provide boys with the choices they can make to help keep themselves healthy. - Adolescence

About the Author

MARK A. GOLDSTEIN, M.D., an adolescent medicine specialist, is Chief of Pediatrics and Student Health Services at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and assistant clinical professor of pediatrics at the Harvard Medical School. MYRNA CHANDLER GOLDSTEIN has been a freelance writer and independent scholar for two decades. Her website is Doing Good, While Doing Business: Support Socially Responsible Companies (www.changethemold.com). She is the author of Boys Into Men, Controversies in Food and Nutrition, and Controversies in the Practice of Medicine with Greenwood Press.

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Format

Hardback
216 pages

Author

Mark A. Goldstein, Myrna Chandler Goldstein
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Publisher

Greenwood Press an imprint of ABC-CLIO

Publication date

30th August 2000

ISBN

9780313309663


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