Instead of “What’s In Your Wallet,” I ask “What’s In Your Kitchen Pantry?”

Lynn Nestor, RN, MSN - Nurse Consultant

The Hazelden Betty Ford Institute sites the following: A study from the Addiction Research Institute in Ontario, Canada (Childhood Experiments, Adult Addictions), published in Health Education and Behavior, revealed “the earliest risk of onset of alcohol (ages 10 and 11), is followed closely by the illicit use of prescribed drugs (age 11) and the use of hallucinogens (age 12). Read More...