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Friday, July 31, 2009Hooked: New Science on How Casual Sex is Affecting Our Children Host(s): Char Binkley
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Thanks to breakthroughs in neuroscience research, we're learning the impact sexual behavior has on the developing brains of adolescents and young adults. Dr. Freda Bush, co-author of "Hooked: New Science on How Casual Sex is Affecting our Children", sounds the alarm on how today's promiscuous attitude toward sex affects the brain. Join Char during Friday's encore Mid-Morning and gain insights on how to help the teen in your life steer away from devastating life-changing mistakes.
 
Wednesday, February 04, 2009ADD/ADHD Host(s): Lynne Ford

We may all occasionally have difficulty sitting still, paying attention, or controlling impulsive behavior. But for some children and adults, the problem is so pervasive and persistent that it interferes with their daily lives at home, at school, at work, and in social settings. On today's Mid-Morning, Dr. Gregory Sowles differentiates between ADHD and ADD, plus what sets them apart from normal focus and control blips; explores their causes; and explains why effective treatment doesn't always require medication.
 
Tuesday, May 23, 2006Parenting Adult Children Host(s): Lynne Ford

They don't need you to pack their lunches or sign permission slips, but your adult children still need you. So what does a healthy parent/adult child relationship look like? How does a parent handle sticky issues like a daughter wanting to move home, or a son who regularly asks to borrow money? Counselor Sharon Hersh offers sound advice on today's Mid-Morning.
 
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