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If you think your child is using drugs, your natural reaction may be to panic (and shout). Wait until you feel calmer and then talk to your child
Most parents, quite rightly, worry about their children trying drugs. But alcohol can cause just as many problems for young people
You, your child and alcohol
Research shows that children will put off or avoid taking drugs if they feel they can talk to their parents about the subject
The Public Health Agency (PHA) is warning about the dangers of an MDMA (3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine) ecstasy tablet which may be in circulation in Northern Ireland. MDMA is a dangerous and potentially life-...