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  • ADHD Medication Side Effects in Teens

    Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders in childhood according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. ADHD is usually diagnosed in childhood. For many people, the symptoms continue into adulthood. ADHD can cause problems with paying attention and impulse control, and different prescription medications may be used to […]

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  • What Does Heroin Look Like?

    Heroin can vary in appearance. White heroin is the purest type of the drug available, but it’s still often mixed with other substances. White heroin may appear as a pinkish, off-white or beige powder as well, depending on what chemicals are used in its making.     Brown heroin is also a powder. Brown heroin […]

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  • Can Adderall Be Used to Treat Depression in Teens?

    Adderall is unlikely to be used to treat depression. Adderall is a prescription, brand-name medication that combines the stimulants dextroamphetamine and amphetamine. Adderall is prescribed primarily to treat symptoms of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), but it can also be a treatment for the sleep disorder narcolepsy. Adderall stimulates the central nervous system and certain neurotransmitters […]

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  • Is Vaping Bad for Your Lungs?

    Vaping is a term for smoking e-cigarettes, an activity that’s becoming increasingly popular among adults and teens. When someone vapes, they inhale and exhale the vapor. While e-cigarettes and similar devices don’t contain tobacco, the vapor isn’t just water. It’s instead particles, many of which may be toxic chemicals. Along with e-cigarettes, personal vaping devices […]

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  • Signs Your Teen is Using Crystal Meth

    What are the signs that your teen is using crystal meth? Each teenager can exhibit different signs of drug use. If you suspect your teenager is living with an addiction, it’s important to first understand what the drug is and how it’s used to better allow you to identify its presence in your son or […]

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