Adventures in Sex City — Middlesex-London Health Unit
WADA's Play True Generation Program at the 2010 Youth Olympic Games highlighted in IOC video. Youth Zone Welcome to WADA’s Youth Zone, where you can find information on drug use (doping) in sport and why it is banned. WADA's Play True Generation Program was at the first Youth Olympic Games in Singapore (August 14-26, 2010). Check out the video. Sitemap Careers Contact Us Local Time in Montreal, Canada: 5:04AM - Apr 03, 2013 Youth Zone - World Anti-Doping Agency
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Drugs A-Z — Know The Score The drugs A-Z is designed to help you find out the facts about different drugs, their risks and their effects. The A-Z provides information on what drugs look like, how they are taken, immediate effects and the risks both short-term and long-term. Each drug is listed under the chemical name and the street name for easy finding. Simply follow the A-Z links to the left, or click on a letter above to find information on specific drugs.
The Sexperience 1000 - Sex statistics Welcome to The Sexperience 1000, an interactive journey through the sexual experiences and preferences of one thousand British individuals. What’s the favourite sexual position of iPhone users in the North? Do country music lovers over 55 prefer to do it in the dark?
You've come to the right place! BAM! Body and Mind will tell you all you need to know about all the stuff that matters. (Please click on a tab below to see the current features) Check out the BAM! Game Room Try the games that will teach you more about your body and mind.
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MRI Scan: MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the Patient Education Institute
CT Scan: MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the Patient Education Institute
Breast Lumps - Biopsy: MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the Patient Education Institute
Drugs and Alcohol It can often be confusing when you are growing up; there are so many new things to deal with and even more ways of describing them. Unfortunately, illegal drugs are now more commonplace than they have ever been on our streets and young people can get into a lot of trouble by getting mixed up with them. However if you know the real facts about them then you have more chance of spotting the dangers of drugs earlier and avoiding getting into trouble; physically, mentally and with the law. For more information on illegal drugs go to: Talk To Frank This is a CONFIDENTIAL way to stop YOU or a FRIEND or SOMEONE you have seen SUFFERING... Check out the FRANK website from the Links page for all you need to know about drugs and also Lancashire Constabulary’s LIMACHARLIE website for more information on this and many other subjects.
Interactive The My Health Booklets are a series of health education booklets produced by Surrey Place Centre and funded by the Ontario Government, Ministry of Community and Social Services. The purpose for the series is to offer guidance to people with developmental disabilities in a clear and simple manner. The series consists of eight booklets now available online, with subjects ranging from general health issues to more specific health topics. The following is the full list of booklets that will be available online: Health Booklets | ConnectABILITY
Health Games at Playnormous See our winning recipes from Recipalooza, a contest in partnership with the Children's Museum of Houston and The Kids Cook Monday! View NOW! Lunch Crunch 2
characterized by changes in the brain which result in a compulsive desire to use a drug. A combination of many factors including genetics, environment and behavior influence a person's addiction risk, making it an incredibly complicated disease. The new science of addiction considers all of these factors - from biology to family - to unravel the complexities of the addicted brain. The reward pathway is responsible for driving our feelings of motivation, reward and behavior. Drugs work over time to change the reward pathway and affect the entire brain, resulting in addiction.