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  • by John McClain
Many suffer from difficult physical and psychological addictions that hinder their lives. Breaking free from addictions can be a long, painful promise. The example of a First Lady of the United States provides clarity and motivation to overcome addictions and confront our problems.
  • by Good News
The 2006 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, under the auspices of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, tracks drug use among those 12 years and older. It revealed:
  • by David Treybig
Sadly, many young people today are falling on their brains—that is, they don't know how to protect their brains from danger as they're growing up.
  • by Mike Bennett
All of us have deep needs we seek to satisfy. Most of the things we try only paper over the problems—they don't solve them. What can fill your yearning?
  • by Edmond Macaraeg
Surprising as it may seem, the Holy Bible—considered by many as an ancient and obsolete book—contains some of the most advanced information concerning our health and well-being.
  • by Ken Treybig
Many young people have successfully retained their Christian beliefs while obtaining a degree. Here's how.
  • by Jerold Aust
Finding true friends and dealing with unwanted pressures are challenges at any age. Where can teens turn for help?
  • by Ken Treybig
Teens are consuming larger amounts of alcohol than in the past, and it is often done illegally. Is this just a harmless way to fit in with the crowd?
  • by Cecil Maranville
Flush with increased spending money and the availability of a lower-priced, purer product, U.S. teens are using heroin at an increasing rate.
  • by Cecil Maranville
Millions of teens and young adults around the world are getting high on ecstasy. Evidence is mounting that this drug has dangerous side effects-much worse than initially thought.