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More than one-fifth of American youth reported misuse of their psychoactive prescription, a new study found. In a survey of kids ages prescribed opioids, stimulants, tranquilizers, or sedatives, Of these youth, 3. Among kids prescribed two or more psychoactive prescription medications at the same time, nearly half reported misusing said medication.
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If your troubled teen has a behavior, learning or mental health disorder , it is likely that they will have to take medication. Trying to force a teen to follow this regimen rarely works. A more effective plan is to gain their cooperation. Most parents don't want to be the medication-police, either. The following suggestions are designed to help get your teen on track from the very beginning.
As their children grow to pre-teens and teens, parents worry about new risks they may experience. One such risk is the use of substances, such as alcohol, marijuana, tobacco, and other drugs. Substance use by teens can have a big impact on their health and well-being. The American Academy of Pediatrics AAP , through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC , developed a guide for implementing substance use screening in pediatric practices to help pediatricians address substance use concerns. The AAP recommends screening for substance use in children, starting at 9 years of age.
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