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  • Teaching Your Child Tolerance for Parents

    Teaching tolerance is important - the differences that come from living in a melting pot enrich our culture, bringing new ideas and energy. And people who are open to differences have more opportunities in education, business, and so many other ways.

  • Cómo enseñar tolerancia a sus hijos Para Padres

    Tolerancia significa respetar y aprender de otras personas, valorar las diferencias, tender un puente entre las brechas culturales, rechazar los estereotipos injustos, descubrir afinidades y crear nuevos lazos. Tolerancia, en muchos sentidos, es lo opuesto a prejuicio.

  • I Think I May Have a Drinking/Drug Problem. What Should I ... for Teens

    Find out what the experts have to say.

  • Amphetamines for Teens

    Amphetamines are stimulants that speed up brain and body functions. Find out how these drugs can affect you in this article for teens.

  • Mushrooms for Teens

    Some kinds of mushrooms are considered illegal drugs because they contain substances that cause people to hallucinate. Find out more about hallucinogenic mushrooms in this article for teens.

  • Helping Your Child Through a Divorce for Parents

    By minimizing the stress a divorce creates, being patient as everyone adjusts to the new situation, and responding openly and honestly to your kids' concerns, you can help them through this difficult time.

  • Definition: Immunotherapy for Parents

    Immunotherapy, also known as allergy shots, is a form of treatment used for certain allergies.

  • Depressants for Teens

    Taken medically, depressants help people get through problems like anxiety. But when used as a recreational drug, they can cause problems and affect some of the body's vital functions. Find out more.

  • GHB for Teens

    GHB is an illegal drug that slows down some of the processes in the brain and central nervous system. Because it causes memory loss and is easily slipped into drinks, it's known as a "date rape" drug.

  • Cocaine for Teens

    Cocaine is a powerful and highly addictive stimulant drug. Find out more about cocaine and its effects.



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