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Candies or cannabis edibles? Keeping children safe this Halloween

Accidental exposure to cannabis edibles can cause intoxication, nausea/vomiting, anxiety, slurred speech, palpitations and drowsiness in children.

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Rainbow fentanyl: The trending drug parents need to know about

Recently, brightly-colored “rainbow” versions of fentanyl pills have been seized by the DEA. Here’s what you need to know.

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Marijuana and adolescents: old plant, new leaves

Because of the different ways children use screens, there is no set number of hours that qualifies as a screen addiction.

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Preventing kids from abusing prescription and over-the-counter medicines

Every day, almost 2,500 teens abuse a prescription medicine for the first time.

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E-cigarettes, vaping and teens: what you need to know

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, e-cigarette use has sharply risen and is now the most commonly used nicotine product among youth.