Simplifying a Complex Subject
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Miles To Go is very careful to expose our readers to appropriate, useful and informative websites, Links &
Affliates. We have no endorsements nor do we receive revenue or advertising from any of the following

  • Our experience has taught us that not all websites are as they appear; many are pro-drug.

  • Please be careful when doing drug research for reports or teaching about this subject.

  • If you're not sure, don't hesitate to email us and ask.

  • Coming Soon: Rehab links

The TAC The Transport Accident Commission from Victoria, Australia put out a series of very intense,
serious ads. This link goes to a video made by them that is posted for adults to watch first and determine if
it should be viewed by their children or class. Click here.

This amazing website came to us from Ms Adrianne's Youth Group: Online RN Programs: Resources for Families
Facing a Loved One's Addiction -

Permanent Prescription Drug Collection Boxes Launched by the American Medicine Chest Challenge

This website is an example of a community making a difference: Safe Launch Santa Barbara

This very useful guide came to us from Sam East in Washington, she thought it would be a helpful guide to understanding learning
difficulties. We agree, each link leads to more in-depth information about each difficulty that most people just lump into the term "Dyslexia."  
It is actually part of another useful website for disabled travelers. Check it out, you'll be glad you did - thanks, Sam! Understanding and
Overcoming Learning Disabilities in Children - Amazing Tobacco education -

Lung USA - American Lung Association -

ACS - American Cancer Society -

Smokefree America - sponsored by the CDC-

CASA - The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University

DEA -U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration -

NIDA - National Institute on Drug Abuse -

NCADD - National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence. -

MADD - Mothers Against Drunk Driving -

AA - Alcoholics Anonymous - Help for people suffering from addiction to alcohol -

NA - Narcotics Anonymous -Help for people suffering from addiction to drugs -

Alanon & Alateen - Help for families and teenagers who have someone in their life in trouble with drugs or alcohol.  

Dr. Daniel Amen - Amen Clinics - Change Your Brain, Change Your Life

All Kinds of Minds  - How children learn - for schools and parents - - The Lance Armstrong Foundation - Cancer support

Common Sense Media - Includes media usage tips for parents.

CAIS - California Association of Independent Schools  --

NAIS - National Association of Independent Schools --

Community of Concern - Our pick for a fantastic reference manual for parents. It's small and easy to use and read.

SAMHSA - Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration-Treatment Facility Locator

NIAAA  - National Institute On Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism -

ONDCP - Office of National Drug Control Policy -

Links to OTC (Over The Counter) Products - Safety, Warnings, Emergencies:
Miles To Go is strongly recommending that all people read labels for quantity, dose, and frequency of all OTC medications. The
following information will help you follow recommended dosing instruction. This research was done by several of our community
service students over the past 2 years. Thank you to all of you - you are helping many families!

Acetaminophen warnings (Brand name Tylenol)
Adults & children 12 years and over:
Take 2 caplets, gelcaps, or tablets every 6 hours while symptoms last
Do not take more than 6 caplets, gelcaps, or tablets in 24 hours, unless directed by a doctor
Do not take for more than 10 days unless directed by a doctor

Children under 12 years:
Ask a doctor

Infants Doses will be updated here soon:

Tylenol has a terrific campaign to warn users about the liver - click here to go their website warning

Liver warning: This product contains acetaminophen. The maximum daily dose of this product is 6 caplets, gelcaps, or tablets
(3,000 mg) in 24 hours. Severe liver damage may occur if you take more than 4,000 mg of acetaminophen in 24 hours
with other drugs containing acetaminophen 3 or more alcoholic drinks every day while using this product
Cut & paste link:

Tylenol also has a great link to: Some Common Medications That Contain Acetaminophen*

Best Link EVER: How to read a drug facts label

Ibuprophen warnings (Brand name Motrin)
To be added

Aspirin warnings (Brand name Bayer)
To be added

The following websites are educational websites that may be very useful for schools:

Hip Hop - We had the opportunity to work next to these amazing young men at a conference and fell in love with
them and their products. - Everyone asks us if we would teach sex education, the answer will always be NO! But here is
someone who does in Southern California.
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thank you for your patience!