Olympics lead up: Talking to your kids about performance-enhancing drugs

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Today’s guest blogger is Jamie Lovell, MD, a Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellow from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia With August... Read more

What’s being done to help babies suffering from opiate withdrawal?

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Editor’s note: This is the second of two parts about opiate abuse and its potential consequences during pregnancy. In my last post,... Read more

A growing trend: Opiate abuse during pregnancy, suffering newborns

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Editor’s note: This is the first of two parts about opiate abuse and its potential consequences during pregnancy. More newborns are... Read more

Parents: Spring break advice to your teen

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Whether your teen is anxiously awaiting their departure to a tropical paradise or snow covered peaks, you may be equally anxious about their... Read more

A wakeup call: Do you know what your child learns online?

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In the 14 years since Michael Bradley, Ed.D., published his bestseller, Yes Your Teen is Crazy, a lot has changed – especially when it... Read more

The 'lows' of edible marijuana

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In March 2014, a 19-year-old Colorado college student took his own life after consuming an edible marijuana cookie containing 65 milligrams... Read more

Dextromethorphan: Why it’s not just cough medicine

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Today’s guest bloggers are John Pitsakis, PharmD Candidate, Jefferson School of Pharmacy; Gregory Heindel, PharmD, Pediatric Pharmacy... Read more

Do you know about the dangers of ‘dabbing’?

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A more harmful way of preparing marijuana known as “dabbing” appears to be quickly spreading among users, according to an opinion... Read more