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Suicide is the second leading cause of death in young people today—more than homicide, more than overdoses, more than cancer. In today’s blog we discuss the alarming rise of suicide among this age group and how we can help prevent it.
Growing up, Dylan seemed to be on the right track with good grades and lots of friends, but by the end of middle school, he was already in engaged in drinking alcohol, and smoking cigarettes and marijuana. The downward spiral continued for several years, even after he became a father. It turned out that addiction wasn't the only hurdle he had to overcome.
As vaping gains more popularity, especially among young people, misconceptions and questions are rampant. Dr. Michelle Maloney answers some of the most common questions surrounding vaping and e-cigarettes.
It can be scary and overwhelming when a loved one is experiencing a relapse, whether early or long into their recovery. Michelle Maloney, PhD, director of addiction programing at Rogers, notes that relapse is not a sign of failure. She offers some tips for how you can show support for someone who is experiencing a relapse.
Rogers' Dr. Michelle Maloney discusses how smartphones can help support addiction recovery.
Interventions can be highly effective tools to help someone with a substance use disorder, though planning one on your own can be overwhelming. Rogers’ Dr. Michelle Maloney offers five tips for holding an effective intervention.
Wondering if your teen is using drugs or alcohol? Coming to the conclusion can be scary, but recognizing the signs is critical.
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