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This past June, Urban Outfitters, a national retail store popular with teens, removed a number of products from its shelves after considerable pressure from public

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The other day a friend said to me, “It seems as if all the people I knew in high school who used drugs were the

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Is the way or amount you drink harming your health? Should you cut down on your drinking? In honor of Alcohol Awareness month, we wanted to

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Although Valentine’s Day is typically considered a time for expressions of “romantic love,”  it’s also a great opportunity to connect with your kids to let

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Addressing the epidemic of teen medicine abuse is a responsibility that falls upon entire communities, and starts in the home with parents. Safeguarding medicine at

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We’ve known for years that involved and connected fathers raise teenagers who do better in school, have healthier relationships, and stay out of trouble. Not

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It always hurts to see a child or teen sad as a result of a friendship that has gone awry. One way to help your

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There’s good news and bad news. The bad is that those students drinking on college campuses are drinking more. However, the good news is there

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Here is one of our favorite Mother’s Day post from our very own Michele Tomeo. We are featuring it again this year and would like

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I’m issuing a challenge to parents this prom and graduation season: Tell your teenagers not to drink. Before you shake your heads and tell the computer screen that I’m delusional if I think they won’t drink anyway, hear me out.

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