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Art Therapy for Abused Children

While most children find creating art therapeutic, the practice of art therapy has specific reverberations for a child who has experienced a personal trauma such as abuse. Art therapists employ strategies that encourage children to use nonverbal as well as verbal forms of communication. Effective art therapy helps children move beyond cognitive barriers and emotional challenges so they can heal wounds caused by problems in their past.

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Aqua Therapy for Children

Children with physical or developmental difficulties face big hurdles growing up. In addition to dealing with the ordinary stresses kids face in the world, children with special needs struggle to find their place in society. Aqua therapy provides physical benefits and mental benefits to young participants, in a supportive and safe environment.

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How to Hide Varicose Veins

Summer is coming and you know what that means—time to unveil those legs that have been hibernating under winter clothes for months. Are your legs ready? You may have done everything to prepare your legs to face the world—you had them waxed, tanned and toned. Yet they’re still not ready. Just when you thought you had the sexiest legs on the block, out popped some varicose veins. As common as varicose veins are–the US Department of Health and Human Services estimates that 50 to 55 percent of American women have them–they’re still regarded as unsightly and ultimately unsexy. Varicose veins are blue-tinged, raised veins that commonly occur on legs. These veins have faulty valves that slow down blood flow, making them appear twisted and swollen. Raised veins are mostly a cosmetic problem but they can cause pain. Women usually get them in their early twenties. Varicose veins are usually the result of pregnancy, weight gain, your body type, or standing on your feet for a prolonged period of time. Whatever the cause, it’s simple to hide those unsightly veins and achieve the legs you desire.

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How to Lose Cellulite on Thighs Quickly

Cellulite is caused by fat cells poking through the connective tissue of the skin. You can have cellulite if you are young, old, trim or overweight, but it is a more common problem for women, especially in the thigh area. In fact, cellulite affects around 80 percent of women over the age of 20. You can minimize the appearance of thigh cellulite with treatments that have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. These procedures are done through cosmetic clinics. Here are the latest options.