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During the four months before my son turned 18, I think I saw him maybe 12 times. He would leave early in the morning and return late in the evening. When our paths did cross, his eyes were glazed over.
Twenty-four-year-old Vincent, a former college football player and a recovering heroin user, admits to being on the other
The Dark Net and the sites that sale illegal drugs are hard to shut down. When one site is shut down then another site appears within a matter of days. Parents have to be vigorous in preventing teens from accessing these sites. Here are some helpful tips to prevent teens from accessing and obtaining drugs from the Dark Net.
According to the Drug Policy Alliance, “molly” and “ecstasy” are common slang names for MDMA, an illegal drug that’s “sold
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And the problem is growing, especially among youth. In LA County, 11 percent of 9th graders, 14 percent of 11th graders, and
Nineteen-year-old Alicia Clouse started experimenting prescription pills and marijuana when she was in the eighth grade. Eventually
But his consultation with many caregivers makes them rethink what they're doing. "They feel they are not giving their children
"They had him in handcuffs, and he was laying on the kitchen floor, and we were looking at him," Cynthia said. "My mind just
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Rees and his team looked at nationally representative data from high school students from 1993 through 2009--medical marijuana
Roughly one in six surveyed teens who had been on an overnight college admissions visit reported drinking alcohol during the visit. Teens also reported engaging in intimate sexual behavior, using drugs other than alcohol or driving while impaired.
Teens who do not have dinner with their families five to seven times per week are twice as likely to have used alcohol and 1.5 times likelier to have used marijuana, as compared to teens who do participate in family dinners.