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The prevalence of marijuana use amongst today’s youth is troubling. Most people see marijuana as a relatively harmless drug, with talks of legalization growing more widespread by the year. However harmless the public perception of  cannabis is, its negative effects on the teenage brain are notable and deeply concerning. What are the lasting effects of...

Prolonged marijuana use is associated with a higher chance of developing cannabis withdrawal syndrome, a mixture of psychological and physical symptoms such as insomnia, depression, restlessness, aggression, loss of appetite, sweating, and headaches, to name a few, that typically develops within a week from when an individual has stopped using marijuana. And although simple for...

Residential treatment programs have been proven as one of the number one treatment options for drug abuse in teens, especially if the drug abuse is prolonged and more severe. They have a proven track record of being more successful than others in producing a more favorable outcome, meaning, that when compared to other kinds of treatment,...

Even if we channel our inner teenager, it can still be difficult to relate to our own teenage child. What was in-style then probably isn’t in-style now. The things you were faced with as a teen could be completely different than what your child is faced with. Sometimes teens will engage in drug experimentation. There are...

No parent has a burning desire to talk about drugs with their kids. More often than not the “drug” word is avoided at all costs in the home. Avoiding this talk can be a really bad idea. It’s important that you open the lines of communication with your child so that they feel comfortable asking...

Illegal drug use remains a dangerous epidemic among this nation’s youth; with 5.9 percent of 12th graders using marijuana on a daily basis, 3.3 percent using LSD, 2.7 percent using cocaine, 2.6 percent using ecstasy, and 0.4 percent using heroin (). And despite widespread efforts and campaigns to educate kids about the dangers of drug...