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Recognize these names Bath Salts, Ivory wave, Vanilla sky, Cloud 9, Bolivian Bath, PV, and Peeve? A few years ago, if somebody would have asked me what bath salts are, I would have said that they are fragrant mixtures of […]
The popularity of inhaling nitrous oxide — or “Whip-its” has made a recent comeback among teens and young adults. “Nitrous oxide — commonly referred to as laughing gas — has taken
As parents wouldn’t it be wonderful to be able to predict, with relative accuracy, whether their teens' were going to choke themselves for the thrill of the high,
Friday, May 4, 2012 - 8:30 am – 12:00 noon This workshop will explore the issues facing people with communicative disabilities such as hearing impairment, aphasia or learning disabilities
What are a few drinks on the weekend? When two drinks becomes five or more drinks in a row then it’s considered binge drinking. "Nearly 50% of Ontario
The recently released research, Building Prevention: Sexual Violence, Youth and Drinking, is an insightful look at a critical problem. It found that young people have mixed understanding about
November is Bully Prevention Month. Bullying has been an ongoing issue since the beginning of time. Today, it is more prevalent than ever. Educators, parents, and everyone else
While you can never completely protect yourself or loved ones from sexual assault, there are some things you can do to help reduce the risks of being assaulted.
The changing seasons means temperature changes and Cold and Flu season. While you are trying to soothe your child's coughs and cold symptoms, keep in mind that medicine
Some things are just awkward to bring up, and just plain uncomfortable to discuss. Dating abuse is just one of these topics. It's a lot more common than
The app, Love is Not Abuse, shows how teenagers can use technology such as cell phones and social networking sites to exert control over other adolescents.
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They're in your medicine cabinet. They're in your purse. They're in your kitchen drawers. They're your prescription drugs. Sure, when they're taken as prescribed, they can help you.
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