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Parents: You Can Counter Big Tobacco's Pack Of Lies
Thousands of children start smoking every day, and many of them become addicted to tobacco. But you can help by providing your children information and urging them not to smoke.
How To Stay Smokeless
Here are some ideas, adapted from the National Cancer Institute and other sources, on how to keep from lighting up.
Alcohol: When Enough Is Enough
About the only thing that alcohol abusers have in common is that they are all, in some way, damaging their lives. Here's how to recognize a drinking problem.
Substance Abuse (Depressants or Sedative-Hypnotic Drugs)
Sedative-hypnotic drugs -- commonly called "depressants" -- slow down or "depress" the activity of the brain.

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Q: . I drink at least two jiggers (three ounces) of gin most days, and lately, I’ve been drinking three. Is that too much for a 65 year old woman? I understand that women are more easily affected by alcohol than men.
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