Monthly Archives: July 2012

You Can Help Save Lives! Seeking Families to Tell Medicine Abuse Stories | The Partnership

You Can Help Save Lives! Seeking Families to Tell Medicine Abuse Stories | The Partnership.

Dangerous Teen Activity: Dexing, Skittling, Robo-Tripping In YOUR Medicine Cabinet #Parenting at Dr. Michele Borba‚Äôs Reality Check

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Dr. Michele Borba share her secrets for discipline problems, behavior troubles, school issues and much more! Parenting advice, tips, and articles for raising happy, healthy children from conception to graduation.

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Infographic: Bath Salts Abuse | The FloorGem Blog

Infographic: Bath Salts Abuse | The FloorGem Blog

via Infographic: Bath Salts Abuse | The FloorGem Blog.

New Legislation to Prevent Cough Medicine Abuse Introduced in …

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Dextromethorphan (DXM) is the active ingredient in many over-the-counter cough and cold medicines and is safe when taken as recommended, but 5 percent of teenagers report having intentionally taken large doses of DXM for effects that …

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Teen heroin use alarms suburbs – Chicago Tribune

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Teen heroin use alarms suburbsChicago TribuneNaperville forum aims to bring parents, law enforcement and treatment officials together.

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California county wants drug makers to pay for pill disposal – Reuters

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California county wants drug makers to pay for pill disposalReutersOAKLAND, California (Reuters) – Pharmaceutical companies selling drugs in parts of the San Francisco Bay area would be required to submit plans for incinerating or safely disposing…

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10 Things Parents Really DO Understand About Teens – Huffington Post (This SCOOP is just for fun, Lisa)

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10 Things Parents Really DO Understand About TeensHuffington PostOver on HuffPost Teen, 15-year-old Sam Koppelman has written a post titled “10 Things Parents Just Don’t Understand About Teens.” It is wise well beyond his 16 years, but, nonetheless,…

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