Parenting and Teen Drugs Abuse

Dr. Francisco Medina, Director of Pediatric Emergency Services and Chief of Pediatrics at Homestead Hospital, says to avoid teen drugs abuse it is important to be involved with your child when they are at home, and being involved in the decisions that they make, because the conversations and what they see at home prepare them for interactions with peer pressure.

"The surprising factor for a lot of us is the parents not being aware of what's going on when it's right there in front of them."

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