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Defined by Merriam-Webster as a compulsive, chronic, physiological or psychological need for a habit-forming substance, behavior, or activity having harmful physical, psychological, or social effects and typically causing well-defined symptoms (such as anxiety, irritability, tremors, or nausea) upon withdrawal or abstinence: the state of being addicted.
Dr. Holly Benjamin, a University of Chicago professor of pediatrics, discusses the dangers of adolescents consuming high amounts of caffeine.
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Theo Krzywicki explains the signs of an overdose and how to use life-saving devices like Naloxone.
An expert discusses the steps families can take to fight against substance use addiction.
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