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06 Oct

“Why Can’t My Kid Stop Using Opioids?”

Many parents ask themselves this question. But as more and more scientific studies are confirming, the drugs that your son or daughter is using are actually creating changes in his or her brain. So, in a way, your child is not the same person he or she was before using opioids.

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06 Oct

School Stress: Stimulant Abuse – Kids Know About It but Parents Don’t

Many students are stressed out from academic pressure – AP classes, extracurricular activities, homework, college applications, and more.

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14 Jul

Studies Suggest Parents Can Play Important Role in Preventing Teen Drinking

Two new studies suggest parents can play an important role in preventing teens from drinking, 

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15 Apr

Why letting teens sleep in could save lives

(CNN)Ask parents of teenagers what they're worried about, and among the issues they're likely to bring up is their teens not getting enough sleep. So many teens stay up past midnight and get up early, especially when their school starts, in some cases, well before 8:00 a.m.

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