Teen Alcohol and Substance Use Educational and Parenting Articles

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It's important to talk to your teen about drinking. Here's some advice from the experts.
What's behind the increasing levels of prescription drug abuse among adolescents, even as levels of drinking, smoking, and use of 'street drugs' has fallen?
Talking to your teenager about drinking is very important, but parents can feel nervous and intimidated about what to say. Read on for expert advice and general tips for talking to your teen about alcohol.
Even the most sensible kids take risks they shouldn't on prom night.  Here's what you need to know to keep your teen safe.
The official drinking age is 21, but a new study shows that almost half of high schoolers drink. Here's how parents can help their kids fight the temptation:
Twenty-three percent of American high school students smoke and 8 percent of middle school students. So what's a parent to do?
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled a partial strip-search of a 13-year-old student unconstitutional. Here's how to keep your child out of a school search situation?
“Zero tolerance”  in schools is a fairly new phrase with a wide scope of definitions.  Here's a guide for parents to understanding what this term entails.
Many kids and teens inhale duster cans to get high. Learn the signs and tips for talking with your kids.
Many teens and adult sniff and inhale canned whipped creams and toppings. Learn the signs and get informed.
This article provides the most frequently asked questions about consuming alcohol and alcoholism, published by The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and
Here is a list of many household products that kids and teens use to inhale in order to get high.
It's your last semester of high school, and you're itching to leave. Find out what loose ends you should tie up before you flip the tassel.
It might be tough to see them move out, but teens who plan to live independently for the first time are at a crucial developmental milestone. These traits will help you gauge if your child's ready for the change.
As a parent, what can you do to prevent teen pregnancy? Plenty, it turns out!
There is a misconception among youth that hookah smoking is somehow safer than smoking a cigarette. This is not true. Read about other myths of hookah smoking
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