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Vaping and E-Cigarettes: 8 Things Every Parent Should Know
There’s a fast and furious campaign afoot by Big Tobacco to get young people hooked on e-cigs. Make sure parents are up to speed and in the know about this alarming trend that threatens to hooks kids into a dangerous habit.
The Truth About Vaping, E-Cigs and Hookah Pens
E-cigarette makers are targeting youth, luring them with flavors, designer devices and shameless no-risk promises.
Texting and Driving: 10 Things Everyone Needs to Know
Our phones can be hard to ignore, but they can be a deadly distraction when driving. This title hits on ten key reasons why texting and driving do not mix and convinces people to stow away the phone and stay focused on the road.
8 Things Parents Need to Know About Cyberbullying
Many kids report being bullied by others through electronic channels. Here is some realistic advice for parents to help teach their children ways to steer clear of cyberbullying and what to do if they are being bullied online.
Online or Offline: What Can You Do About Bullying?
This easy-to-read title offers supportive strategies for dealing with bullying behavior, and empowers readers to protect themselves and others from bullying and harassment. It offers emotional support to kids who are being bullied and emphasizes the fact that it is not their fault.
Social Networking Safety: 10 Tips for Parents
Most young people use some form of social networking to communicate, play games, share photos and meet new people. Parents can help protect a child’s reputation and safety online with these helpful tips.
Social Networking: 10 Things Teens Should Know
In the digital world of texting, gaming, instant messaging and more, the guidelines in this helpful pamphlet can help young people minimize risks and maximize enjoyment while connecting with others. It explains why teens should be cautious about what they post or text and offers suggestions for keeping in touch without unknowingly harming themselves or others.
The Dangers of Binge Drinking
Binge drinking can cause more than a hangover. It can result in serious long-term and life-threatening consequences.
Alcohol Poisoning: Warning Signs and What to Do
Alcohol poisoning is a medical emergency that can lead to death. Give readers a life-saving tool with this overview of alcohol poisoning warning signs.
Helping Young People Say No to Alcohol
This pamphlet is especially for parents and other adults on how to talk with young people about the risks of alcohol use. It suggests talking with young people about the risks and setting clear limits around underage drinking. It offers tips for when and how to bring up the subject and encourages adults to be good role models.
Preventing Drug Use: 10 Tips for Parents and Other Adults
This pamphlet offers suggestions to parents and other adults on how to teach their children about the dangers of drugs. It encourages open and frequent communication and clear family rules and expectations. It also emphasizes the need to be a good role model and to teach kids how to say no.
The Dangers of Over-the-Counter Drug Abuse
Because of their easy availability, OTC medications are often the drug of choice for people wanting to get high.
37 Scary But True Facts About Drugs
This pamphlet gives the hard but real facts about the most commonly used drugs, including alcohol, inhalants, heroin, marijuana, ecstasy, steroids, rohypnol (the date-rape drug) and more. It also addresses how to seek help for yourself or someone you know.
Teaching Your Teen About Sexual Responsibility
This pamphlet helps parents communicate with their teens about sex and sexual responsibility. It also emphasizes that teaching kids to be responsible means being a good role model and staying involved in their lives, as well as talking about the issues.
Talking Tobacco: What to Say and How to Say It
Give parents and caregivers these tips for talking with kids about tobacco and smoking. This pamphlet helps adults empower kids to make tobacco-free choices by providing basic information for parents and other adults to talk with kids about tobacco--and persuade them not to use it.
Help Your Teen Quit Smoking: A Guide for Parents
What can parents do if their teens smoke? Here are specific ideas for parents to help their teens quit smoking. This pamphlet provides supportive suggestions to empower the parents, while emphasizing that the decision to quit needs to come from the teen.
Talking About Steroids: What to Say and How to Say It
Steroid use is not just an issue among professional athletes. Give this pamphlet to parents, teachers, coaches and other adults to help them get the steroid conversation started. It includes information about what steroids are, why they are dangerous and how to bring up the subject with young people.
Internet Safety For Young People
The Internet is a great tool for children and teens, but it also poses certain risks. Help young people protect their privacy and use the Internet responsibly with the practical safety tips in this pamphlet, which offers solid advice for avoiding harassment, predators and scams.
Sodas and Energy Drinks: What Everyone Should Know
Did you know that…
Many young people drink twice as much soda as milk.
A can of regular soda contains nearly 10 teaspoons of sugar.
People who drink a can of soda a day are at a higher risk for diabetes—even if they are not overweight.
Here’s a fact-filled look at the health consequences of drinking too many sodas and energy drinks, including diabetes, osteoporosis, tooth decay, and more. This creative and colorful title urges readers to limit their intake of regular, diet and fortified sodas and energy drinks and choose healthier beverages such as water, low-fat milk and/or non-dairy alternatives such as soy or rice milk. Playful illustrations and a fast-fact format come together to deliver a healthy nutrition message that works for a wide audience from youth to adults.
Bicycle Safety: 6 Things Everyone Should Know
Biking is a great way to exercise, commute to school or work and reduce air pollution. Here are a half dozen road-tested tips to help riders stay safe and to keep bodies and bikes in good condition. It encourages helmet use for riders of all ages, and provides instruction on how to make sure helmets fit properly. The handy checklist format covers on-and off-road biking equipment, safety rules and defensive riding techniques. Good for schools and community injury prevention programs.
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