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Teens can see prescription meds as a safer way to get high, but they can be dangerous. Find out ways to lock up your meds, have frank conversations with your teen and create strategies to help them say no.
More than 1,300 children between the ages of one and four end up in Alberta emergency departments every year because of unintentional poisoning. Find out ways to prevent and protect your children.
Neuroscientist Nicole Sherren explains how brains are built and our experiences shape our lifelong health.
Darren Werth, the senior director of Program Strategies at the Calgary Urban Project Society shares how poverty and hunger affect kids' abilities to learn and how CUPS is using brain science to better help their clients.
Learn more about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and its influence on bullying and resilience from leading ADHD scholar Dr. Chip Taylor.
Learn how children develop their language and literacy skills with Joanne Baxter, and associate professor in the department of Child Studies and Social Work at Mount Royal University in Calgary.