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March 2016

What Parents Need to Know about Adderall Abuse

What Parents Need to Know about Adderall Abuse

A 2016 report from Johns Hopkins University shows a continual increase in Adderall abuse by young people (ages 18 to 25) despite a decrease in the total number of prescriptions nationwide. 

How to Interrupt Impulse Eating

How to Interrupt Impulse Eating

If you often peek in the refrigerator when not really hungry then you might be keeping on extra pounds because of impulse eating. 

Should You Be Screened for Depression?

Should You Be Screened for Depression?

The United States Preventive Services Task Force (part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) has recently announced its newest recommendation: that medical doctors routinely screen for depression, especially in children, young adults, and women who have recently been pregnant.  

When Change Comes, Will You Adapt?

When Change Comes, Will You Adapt?

If “the only thing certain is change,” then the ability to adapt is a vital life skill. Start by asking yourself some questions: