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Here are the top ten articles for the Addictions & Children Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. What Is The Harrison Act?
In 1914 the first criminal law at the Federal Goverment level was to criminalize use of non-medical drugs.
2. Why do celebrities do drugs?
Why do celebrities do drugs? is there a justifiable excuse for substance abuse?
3. The Grief of a Child's Death To Drugs
In a new book, parents share stories of children who died from drug-related causes.
4. Help your child quit stealing
Stealing, like every bad behavior should not be condoned or excused. If your kid or a family member is in the habit of taking things that do not belong to him, you should be concerned. Learn here how you can help them quit.
5. Warning signals in your kids.
Bad behavior when ignored would not go away, but instead progress in to a habit and then an obsession. While we try to respect our kids' privacy, we must also watch out for warning signals that our kids may have negative tendencies.
6. Children and Cursing
While we may not be able to control what is shown on TV, we can definitely control what our kids watch on TV!
7. Addiction-A Medical or Moral Issue?
Is chemcial dependency a medical and public health issue or a moral issue?
8. Victims of addiction need love this season.
What better time to put a smile on a child's face than now.
9. Making Communication Priority!
Communication means sharing, and sharing encourages our children open up to us.
10. Why Do Kids Take Drugs?
Mentally, emotionally, physically ill and kids with low self esteem who abuse drugs, often turn away from prescribed medications that would make their lives more complete.
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