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Alcohol Awareness Month: Drinking behind death of 12 youths under 21 every day

April 28, 2017   0 Comments

For the most of us, life is all about fun, until the age of 21. And, to live life to the fullest, teenagers, especially boys, look for options that allow them to have maximum fun. Their list includes ideas that are both safe and risky for their health as well as personal development, such as
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Alcohol Awareness Month: Teens need to hone their drink refusal skills

April 26, 2017   0 Comments

Alcohol is similar to the sorcerer’s stone, if looked at from a teenage boy’s perspective. It holds the key to some promised land and assures of great times if consumed copiously. At least that’s what other peers think. Underage drinking can have adverse effects on a teenagers’ developing brains and health. In order to educate
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California also proposes to tax prescription painkillers

April 12, 2017   0 Comments

Life today has become increasingly busy with conflicting demands on limited time. Hard-pressed and in a bid to balance and fulfill all commitments, people are becoming more and more stressed. Consequently, incidences of anxiety, depression, insomnia and other disorders are on the rise. People often resort to different ways in a bid to manage their
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Parents need to watch their kids for eating disorders

April 7, 2017   0 Comments

Some people cope better with the challenges that life throws their way, while others tend to struggle to find their footing amidst a crisis. One of the many ways stress manifests itself is as an eating disorder. Eating disorders tend to set in at an adolescent or pre-adolescent age and it is vital to pick
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We would like to thank all the wonderful staff at WRA for the great parent weekend. We enjoyed it and felt that we learned valuable insights on Positive Peer Culture and the values we must have and the importance of family commitment to each other...

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