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The American culture holds fast to a certain perception regarding prescription medication - because it is prescribed by a doctor, purchased at a pharmacy and contained within official looking plastic ... Read More »
Ok, so this one falls in the "not so surprising but reassuring to know" category. There is research supporting what most of us already thought…that childhood attention deficit hyperactivity ... Read More »
Food addiction is a topic that has been debated by medical professionals for years. And who is surprised? How many women do you know claim they are addicted to chocolate, salty chips, or ice cream? ... Read More »
It’s 2013. Another New Year is upon us: 12 months, 365 days. Right now, people across our country are embarking on the age-old tradition of making a New Year’s resolution. Friends and family ... Read More »
As 2012 comes to a close I thought it would be helpful to review some of the major tenets of goal setting. I typically write about this at the end of each year because so often people feel ... Read More »
Finding the perfect gift for your spouse is an exciting part of the holiday season. But fighting crowds to snag the latest “must have” item (and squeezing money out of a tight budget to do it) ... Read More »
Cannabis use disorders (abuse or dependence) are present in 4% of adolescents and 6% of young adults. There really aren’t any medication options for the treatment of marijuana dependence. Now, ... Read More »
According to the Annenberg Public Policy Center, despite common views, most suicides do not occur in the winter. This has been a long held belief and even clinicians will offer evidence of this from ... Read More »
Before I write about yet another reason to break the habit, and in the interest of full disclosure, I will admit that my family is a no-smoking household. Neither my husband nor I are smokers and we ... Read More »
During the course of a physical exam I have with an adolescent, the routine discussion of drug use will make its way into the conversation. Frankly, if it didn’t occur, I wouldn’t be doing my ... Read More »

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