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Police and health officials warn that illicit drug use is on the rise. If you worry that your kids may be under the influence, tune in Wednesday. Detective Ian Briggs of the Metro Toronto Police Drug Squad and parent educator Beverley Cathcart-Ross will be in to tell you what drugs are being sold, how to tell if your child is taking drugs, and how to intervene. Tune in for a parent's primer on street drugs. This show contains 1 taped piece by Planet Parent, about international adoption by older, disabled parents. Show is phone-in based, and viewers can also participate via email.
Jul 10, 2002
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