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  1. Tips for a Successful Quit Smoking Day

    Keep this in mind: if you can make it through this first day and this first week when nicotine withdrawal symptoms are at their worst, you will be on your way to success.

  2. Adopting a Pet--Cats and Dogs

    If you've been thinking about adding a cuddly new cat or dog to your household, take some time to think about what type of pet will best suit you, your family and your lifestyle.

  3. Alcohol and Older Adults

    Many older adults enjoy a glass of wine with dinner or a beer while watching the game on TV. In fact, half of Americans ages 65 and older drink alcohol. Having a drink now and then is fine—as long as you don’t overdo it.

  4. Alcohol and Your Heart

    Alcohol may have some health benefits, including lowering the risk for heart disease, but it may also lead to abusive drinking and other diseases.

  5. Alcohol Use Among Teens Is Epidemic

    The leading substance-abuse threat to children may be as close as your refrigerator. About 10 million adolescents drink alcohol. In fact, minors drink 19 percent of the alcohol consumed in the United States.

  6. All About LSD

    LSD, also called acid, is one of the most commonly used hallucinogens or psychedelic drugs.

  7. Alternatives to Alcoholics Anonymous

    Some treatment programs teach problem drinkers to reduce their drinking, an approach that appeals to people who otherwise might not seek treatment.

  8. An Rx for RV Living

    More than a million people have pulled up roots and hit the road full time in recreational vehicles (RVs). If you're thinking of joining them, be sure to consider your health.

  9. Anger Can Raise Cholesterol Levels

    There's evidence that people who respond rigidly to anger-provoking events are likely to wind up with significantly elevated levels of heart-damaging cholesterol.

  10. Answers to Your Questions About Codependency

    Codependency is an emotional and behavioral condition. It affects a person’s ability to have healthy, mutually satisfying relationships.

  11. Anxiety Disorder: When the Worrying Is Constant

    People with generalized anxiety disorder worry about their finances, their health, their jobs, world events, and the future. Their worry is often out of proportion to reality.

  12. Are You a Compulsive Shopper?

    Compulsive shoppers generally are people prone toward low self-esteem, anxiety and depression, as well as fantasizing, perfectionism and lack of sufficient social contacts, one expert says.

  13. Baby Blues: Mood Swings or More Serious?

    For many women, the "baby blues" pass quickly. For others, the feelings of sadness don't ease and may become worse.

  14. Balancing Work and Home

    To keep the scales of work and life balanced, you must be organized. This means you must not only organize your stuff, but also your time.

  15. Binge Drinking Dangers for Young People

    Binge drinkers are most likely found on college campuses, where many students consider a big game or fraternity party an excuse to drink all weekend.

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