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Wednesday, May 22, 2019
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Ask the counselor: “How do you know whether you have ADHD?”

If you consistently have these signs and symptoms of ADHD, see your healthcare provider.
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Ask the doc: “Are there dangers to ibuprofen?”

—Kiernan F.*, University of Wisconsin—Platteville(*Name changed)Overall, for a healthy, young person, occasional use of ibuprofen (e.g., Advil®) or acetaminophen (e.g., Tylenol®) in recommended doses is likely to provide more benefit than cause harm. For...
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Opioid epidemic: What it looks like, what it means, & what to do

Rate this article and enter to win What do you know about opioid abuse and addiction? Take our quiz to see how your knowledge compares to other students’, and find answers to questions like these:...
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Ask the doc: What’s the difference between ibuprofen and aspirin?

“What’s the difference between ibuprofen and aspirin, and when should I take which?”—Alyssa O., California State University, San BernardinoHere’s what I generally recommend to students: Go to school with ibuprofen (instead of aspirin) Keep...