Parents looking for help talking to their kids about drugs can find tips on a new Web site (www.theantidrug.com). Developed by the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, the site suggests:
*Establish "together time."
*Eat meals together as often as you can.
*Encourage your children to feel comfortable telling you about problems they have.
*Don't be afraid to ask where your kids are going, who they'll be with, and what they'll be doing.
*Have family meetings.
Compiled by Joshua S. Burek and Stephen Humphries
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