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  • All about binge drinking: ALCOHOL Channel

    Having a good night out doesn’t always need to involve getting completely pissed. Binge drinking can be seriously bad for your physical and mental health and can have both short and long term effects. More >> All about binge drinking.pdf  
  • All About the Nicotine Patch: SMOKING Channel

    One of the most popular NRTs(nicotine replacement therapies) available on the market today is the nicotine patch. More >> All About the Nicotine Patch.pdf  
  • Alternative Treatments for depression: DEPRESSION Channel

    If you have depression and are considering using a complementary and alternative form of therapy, it is important to seek the advice of your health care provider. More >> Alternative Treatments for depression.pdf  
  • Am I a safe drinker?: ALCOHOL Channel

    What are the recommended safe limits of alcohol drinking? More >> Am I a safe drinker.pdf  
  • Amanda G’s story: BIPOLAR Channel

    I was a senior in college, one semester away from graduating. I was working a lot, had an active social life, lots of friends and was a member of an RSO on campus. I was busy, but I didn't think anything of all nighters, etc. I was in college. More >> amanda g's story.pdf  
  • Amphetamine - What are the risks?: DRUGS Channel

    Taking ‘speed’ does involve risks. Here’s what it could do to you: More >> amphetamine what are the risks.pdf  
  • Amy Winehouse Foundation launches drug programme: MEPHEDRONE Channel

    The Amy Winehouse Foundation has launched a drug and alcohol education program for schools in England. More >> amy winehouse foundation on legal highs.pdf  
  • Amy’s story: BIPOLAR Channel

    I am a teacher. There is nothing in this world that I would rather do. I love what I do, but it's not easy. More >> amy's story.pdf  
  • An Addict’s Story: Cocaine and the Crash: COCAINE Channel

    Today, Jane — not her real name — talks about how she developed cocaine addiction and how it devastated her life. A few facts have been changed to protect Jane's anonymity. More >> an addict's story cocaine and the crash.pdf  
  • An Introduction to Bipolar Disorder: BIPOLAR Channel

    Bipolar disorder, also known by its older name “manic depression,” is a mental disorder that is characterized by constantly changing moods. More >> an introduction to bipolar disorder.pdf  
  • An Introduction to Depression: DEPRESSION Channel

    Depression is the common cold of mental disorders — most people will be affected by depression in their lives either directly or indirectly, through a friend or family member. More >> an introduction to depression.pdf  
  • An Open Letter to My Son or Anyone with a Drug Addiction: GENERAL Channel

    Life is not easy. It’s not easy if you are a drug addict or even if you are not an addict. It’s all about evolution. The strong survive. It’s not just about physical strength; it is more about mental strength. Do you have the will to survive? Do you hav More >> an open letter to my son or anyone with a drug addiction.pdf  
  • Anabolic steroids: the story: DRUGS Channel

    The term anabolic steroids covers a wide range of drugs, but all of them are similar to the hormone testosterone and are used to increase the size and strength of muscles. More >> anabolic steroids the story.pdf  
  • Anger in children: ANGER MANAGEMENT Channel

    Many things can make children angry, just as they do with adults, but parents often find dealing with angry children to be the most difficult part the parenting job. They feel everything from exhaustion to nerve wracking aggravation. Often parents and chi More >> Anger in children.pdf  
  • Anger Management: ANGER MANAGEMENT Channel

    The goal of anger management is to reduce both your emotional feelings and the physiological arousal that anger causes. You can't get rid of, or avoid, the things or the people that enrage you, nor can you change them, but you can learn to control your re More >> Anger Management.pdf  
  • Anger management for parents: ANGER MANAGEMENT Channel

    It's hard to be a parent, as Supernanny Jo Frost has found out over her many years of working with families. And badly behaved kids can be hell to deal with. More >> anger management for parents.pdf  
  • Anger Management for Stress Relief: ANGER MANAGEMENT Channel

    It is natural to get angry sometimes, and doing so can actually be healthy, too. Anger serves some important functions, particularly that of moving us to action when things need changing in our lives. More >> Anger Management for Stress Relief.pdf  
  • Anger Management Techniques: ANGER MANAGEMENT Channel

    The first thing to do is list the situations that make you angry. Note down exactly what it is about them that makes you angry - it may be the immediate situation, or it could be that it represents a build-up of issues you haven't resolved. More >> Anger management techniques.pdf  
  • Anger management: 10 tips to tame your temper: ANGER MANAGEMENT Channel

    Keeping your temper in check can be challenging. Use simple anger management tips — from taking a timeout to using "I" statements — to stay in control. More >> 10 tips to tame your temper.pdf  
  • Annihilation legal high leaves nine in hospital: DRUGS Channel

    Police have warned about the use of a "legal high" substance that has left nine people in hospital in the past three months. More >> annihilation legal high leaves nine in hospital.pdf  
  • Anorexia: EATING DISORDERS Channel

    Anorexia nervosa is a potentially life-threatening eating disorder. But how do you become anorexic, and what are the symptoms and side effects? More >> anorexia.pdf  
  • Anorexia nervosa: EATING DISORDERS Channel

    The direct translation of the medical name 'anorexia nervosa' means loss of appetite for nervous reasons. But in fact you don't lose your appetite if you have anorexia - you just don't allow yourself to satisfy your appetite. More >> Anorexia nervosa.pdf  
  • Anxiety Attacks (Panic Attacks): ANXIETY Channel

    In many cases, panic attacks strike from out of the blue without warning. Often, there is no clear reason for the attack, and they may even occur when you’re relaxed or asleep. More >> Anxiety Attacks.pdf  
  • Anxiety Disorders Statistics: ANXIETY Channel

    Statistics and facts about anxiety disorders; the most common mental illness in America. • Anxiety Disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S. with 19.1 million (13.3%) of the adult U.S. population (ages 18-54) affected. • According to "T More >> Anxiety Disorders Statistics.pdf  
  • Anxiety in the Elderly: 5 Common Sources: ANXIETY Channel

    Anxiety is a common feeling. Almost everyone falls victim to its clutches one time or another but those who suffer from anxiety disorders or prolonged anxiety episodes understand how debilitating of a feeling anxiety can be. More >> Anxiety in the Elderly.pdf  
  • Anxiety symptoms and signs in children and teenagers: ANXIETY Channel

    The similarities and differences in symptoms of anxiety in adults compared to children and adolescents depend on the specific condition that is causing the anxiety. More >> Anxiety symptoms and signs in children and teenagers.pdf  
  • Are Steroids Worth The Risk: DRUGS Channel

    Dominic has baseball on the brain. Just being good isn't enough — he wants to be the best. More >> Are Steroids Worth The Risk.pdf  
  • Are You a Responsible Drinker?: ALCOHOL Channel

    While alcohol use is accepted in our society, it is critical for each of us to achieve a responsible approach to social drinking More >> are you a responsible drinker.pdf  
  • Are You an Enabler?: ALCOHOL Channel

    Enabling is a term often used in the context of a relationship with an addict. It might be a drug addict or alcoholic, a gambler, or a compulsive overeater. Enablers, rather than addicts, suffer the effects of the addict’s behavior. More >> are you an enabler.pdf  
  • Arts Therapies and Schizophrenia: SCHIZOPHRENIA Channel

    An art therapy is a form of psychotherapy that uses a creative medium – like art or music – to help people explore and articulate their feelings rather than speaking about them. More >> Arts Therapies and Schizophrenia.pdf