Research parents should see on how marijuana effects teens.
Drinking by kids in college is down BUT drinking by their peers not in college is up and excessive binge drinking is way up.
As our kids head back to school the reality is that pressure is coming from friends, school and parents. Now is a good time to talk to your teens.
A new study of technology based interventions from the Harvard Review of Psychiatry found promising results, especially for programs that addressed alcohol use.
Analyses released during the health care debate showed the harmful impact that attempts at repealing Obamacare would have on families.
Neither glamorizing your use nor trying to hide it.
Repeated use in early adolescence can cause problems with attention span and impulse control.
Completely unregulated, synthetic pot is sold over the counter and can be extremely dangerous.
Study finds 28% of crashes with drivers under 20 were alcohol related.
6 things you should discuss with your teen about marijuana.
Young people who have greater exposure to alcohol marketing are more likely to initiate alcohol use and engage in binge drinking.
Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is 50 to 100 times more powerful than morphine or oxy.
More people in the US now die from opioids than car crashes