By Ann Van De Water Over the counter “Swimmer’s Ear” drops contain alcohol. The prescription is an antibiotic and does not contain alcohol. I learned this the hard way. My daughter had been complaining of ear pain so I told my husband I thought she had swimmer’s ear and that I’d make a doctor’s appointment for… Read more
Police and doctors are warning of a dangerous new trend amongst teens- drinking hand sanitizer for a quick, accessible high. Liquid hand sanitizer is 62% ethyl alcohol and makes a 120-proof liquid. “It’s essentially a shot of hard liquor,” said Cyrus Rangan, director of the toxicology bureau for the L.A. County Public Health Department and a… Read more
Cigarette and alcohol use by US teenagers are at their lowest point since the mid-1970s. On the other hand, use of marijuana “remains steady” after some increases in recent years, with 36.4 percent of 12th graders having used it once in the past year, and 6.6 percent on a daily basis. Read more about it
Despite a pending law suit against them for discrimination, Catholic University is staying firm in its stance to keep male and female co-eds in separate living quarters beginning this fall. Read what evidence helped the University decide to return to same-sex dorms at the Christian Post. What do you think?