Researchers evaluate the impact of opioid crisis in classrooms
It is a natural phenomenon that when family members struggle with substance use disorders (SUD), the children carry the burden. They often bring experiences of trauma, neglect, and mental health issues into the classrooms making the classroom environment somewhat challenging for the teachers. Considering this, researchers at the West Virginia University (WVU) decided to carry…Read more
How can parents identify drug abuse in teens?
Teen years are full of enthusiasm, anxiety, fears, and the process of growing up. Teens undergo puberty at this time which results in a cyclone of hormonal changes and fluctuating emotions in them. They are drawn towards the opposite sex, indulge in risky behavior such as fast driving and sex with multiple partners, and also…Read more
Should medical marijuana dispensaries be away from schools?
Considering the fact that medical marijuana is now legal in 29 states in the United States, parents of teens are growing concerned about how the location of medical marijuana dispensaries may affect their communities and neighborhoods. According to a recently conducted national poll by the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital on Children’s Health, majority of the…Read more