Sep
21
2010

From The Globe and Mail

The problem

Your teenager isn’t trying at school and is getting failing grades. How involved should you be in getting them on track? Should you let them fail?

“My parents need to back off. All that nagging does is make me less likely to do my homework – out of spite. I’d get way more done if they would just leave me alone.”

Could your truculent teen actually be right? There is a strong argument for not being a homework cop. How will they ever learn to take the responsibility for doing what needs to be done if you are always on their case?

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Sep
20
2010

As digital entertainment has grown more portable and cellphones more powerful, the potential for driver distraction has become a serious problem.

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Sep
17
2010

The 2009 National Survey on Drug Use and Health was released today. There's little good news to report.

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Sep
16
2010

Today we thanked Congressman Chris Lee (R-26) for his commitment to reducing drunk driving and underage drinking.

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Sep
16
2010

For nearly 20 years, The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility has developed and distributed educational resources to assist parents, youth, educators and communities nationwide in their

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