In this video Dr. Ruth Potee guides athletes, parents and athletic professionals on ways to treat sports injuries while eliminating or reducing the use of opioid-based pain relievers.
The Power of Parents encourages viewers to be knowledgeable about underage drinking and to be proactive in preventing it. By providing valuable information and showcasing three examples of positive parenting, The Power of Parents encourages viewers to be knowledgeable about underage drinking and to be proactive in preventing it.
When it comes to underage drinking, the law is clear. If you are 21 years old, you may consume alcohol. If you are not, you may not. If you have a party, you may not provide, give or allow any of your guests who are under 21 to possess alcohol. As a parent you may be tempted to allow your son or daughter to have some friends over to drink especially during prom and graduation season. You may think that by collecting the car keys, you can control it and that they will be safe. Not only is that against the law, it is not safe.
How and Why people become addicted. Presented by Tufts University Professor, Dr. Margie Skeer.
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