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Teens Under Pressure

The percentage of teens who say they feel pressure to:

Get good grades: 44 Get into college: 32 Fit in socially: 29 Use drugs or alcohol: 19 Be sexually ...

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Anne Heche Runs from Shame

"I did a lot of things in my life to get away from what had happened to me. I drank, I smoked, I did drugs, I had sex…. I did anything I could to get ...

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Drinking Alone

A Russian company is trying to help its customers who drink alone. The chatty product is a cap for a vodka bottle that toasts and giggles when twisted. ...

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Alcohol: America's Pervasive Problem

A policy-research group called Drug Strategies has produced a report that calls alcohol "America's most pervasive drug problem." It claims that alcohol-related ...

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Max Lucado Confesses Struggle

Author and pastor Max Lucado said that giving up beer helped him get closer to God. Lucado said, "I come from a family of alcoholism. If there's anything ...

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Movies Influence Behavior

According to a study published in Effective Clinical Practice, teens whose parents restrict them from watching R-rated movies are one-third as likely ...

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Alcohol Linked to Sexual Violence

During the conference, Dangerous Liaisons: Substance Abuse and Sexual Behavior, sponsored by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia ...

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Hard-Living Grandfather Denies Sin

My mother's grandfather was a coalminer in the hills of eastern Kentucky. She called him Grampa Joe. By all accounts he lived hard, worked hard, and drank ...

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Jack Bivans Unshackled

For decades Jack Bivans has been one of the radio voices on Unshackled!, the radio theater produced by Chicago's Pacific Garden Mission for over 50 years. ...

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"Smoke Signals": Sin Impacts Children

Smoke Signals, a movie written by a Native American, concerns two friends, Victor (Adam Beach) and Thomas (Evan Adams), who were both saved as infants ...

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