Every day parents have the opportunity to talk with their children about alcohol. Parents LEAD (Listen, Educate, Ask, Discuss) is a one-stop resource for tools and information on how to start and continue age-appropriate conversations with children about alcohol.
For most adults and adolescents in the U.S., caffeine is a part of everyday life. While we tend to associate caffeine with certain beverages, it is also commonly found in many of our foods and medicines as well.
There are ten commitments that remind us of the most important sacrifices parents can make to raise highly healthy children. These commitments (with perhaps the exception of number 7) are choices each of us can make, regardless of our personal life circumstances.