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Eating disorders kill more people in the UK than any other mental illness, and although most sufferers are female, more and more young men are secretly battling food. Charlotte meets George, a teenager who developed anorexia when he was 13 and finds out how food can quickly take over someone's life. They discuss the ideal body shape with a school football team, while Anthony looks at the possible link between sport and eating disorders and asks just how healthy a six pack really is.
29th July, 2009
Scared of spiders? Anthony meets the bug keeper who reckons he's got a cure.
24th April, 2009
Tom stays away from school because of bullying
26th March, 2009
Do UK Teenagers really have one of the worst drink and drug problems in Europe
23th March, 2009
Charlotte finds out why more suicidal young people are calling Childline
21th March, 2009
Revealed asks how necessary is sleep?
3rd March, 2009
18-year-olds in France are being offered a year long subscription to a paper
27th February, 2009
14 year old boy's death after a reaction to an acne tablet.
25th February, 2009
The big problem that's getting bigger.
21th February, 2009
Ant and Charlotte ask whether knife crime is a national problem.
11th February, 2009
Time to go to bed early, Charlotte investigates why.
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