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ODD problem: Oppositional defiant disorder can affect best-behaved children too

May 26, 2017   0 Comments

Every child can be disobedient from time to time due to his or her hunger, tiredness, stress or bad mood. The child may argue, or be insolent towards parents and other adults. When such behavior becomes too frequent, lasts for more than six months, and starts affecting the child’s social, family and academic life, it
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Regular teen angst could signal depression

May 19, 2017   0 Comments

When a person says that he or she is “down” or “stressed,” it is safe to assume that the individual might just be feeling bogged down by everyday activities. However, if a teen regularly uses such words, it may point to early signs of depression, says latest research. The new study titled “Understanding teen expression
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Utah health department launches opioid risks awareness campaign

May 17, 2017   0 Comments

During the teenage years, an individual usually experiences an irrepressible urge to be like a grown up, be independent and develop his/her own separate identity. While experiencing such feelings are normal signs of development, these could prove to be risky as well, since, often, teens become rebellious and experimental and end up abusing drugs or
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Rise in pornography addiction among teens

May 15, 2017   0 Comments

Curiosity to know more about one’s sexuality is a healthy sign of development among teens. But when such inquisitiveness begins to push them into inappropriate behavior, such as watching porn continuously for hours or sometimes, even a day or the craving to watch porn interfering with their normal day-to-day activities, it is clearly a sign
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Teens’ ER visits saw an upsurge after pot legalization in Colorado, finds study

May 5, 2017   0 Comments

  Teenage years can be exciting times for some when young adults often start experimenting and trying out new experiences. It is that stage of life when a person loves to do varied things, such as making new friends, visiting new places, following fads, trying new foods, and the likes. However, this phase has a
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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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