- Information on opioids, potential signs of drug abuse, and resources available to help.
- Teens are confronted with many risky temptations that may have far-reaching effects on their future and their health. Every child -- including yours -- is at risk for substance abuse as early as middle school.
- Seek intervention before your condition escalates. Short-term effects of alcoholism are listed.
- Caregiving can take a toll on the caregiver's emotional well-being and job performance.
- Depression is not an adults-only disease; it affects children as well. At any given point in time, five percent of children and adolescents suffer from depression, according to the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
- If you will need childcare services in a few months, it's not too soon to begin your search. Finding quality care is important to both you and your child.
- For some parents, a child leaving for college, moving away, or getting married, can cause "Empty Nest Syndrome", a feeling of sadness and emptiness, which can be disabling.
- Denial, sadness, depression and/or anger are common responses to a chronic disease diagnosis.
- If you have a chronic illness, you have a higher risk than the general population for depression.
- Downsizing can be a physically exhausting and emotionally draining experience.
- Prepare in advance to reduce your stress and enjoy the holiday season.
- Sleep is essential for maintaining good health and well being. Sacrificing sleep can result in your feeling moody, impatient, and having a hard time concentrating or making decisions.
- If you're stressed out now Is the time to take charge and keep workplace issues in perspective.
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