Tag: Addiction prevention

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  1. Drugs and Public Health: Where Are We Headed?

    03/06/2022

    Repressive politices have been ineffective in tackling the drug phenomenon this is why the importance of a public health approach should be reaffirmed

  2. Alcohol, a Threat to the Young

    24/02/2022

    In Spain, 76% of secondary school students have consumed alcohol in the past year and 32% have had heavy drinking episodes in the past month

  3. Dianova’s Most Read Articles in 2021

    17/01/2022

    After another complicated period, let’s have a look back on the past year with the top ten articles that our readers found most interesting

  4. “Together, We Grow” Families as health agents

    14/12/2021

    Interview with Antonio Vázquez de la Torre, Rotary Club representative for the universal prevention training project for families “Together, We Grow.”

  5. Involving Families in the Prevention of Addictions

    03/12/2021

    The Rotary Action Group or Addiction Prevention supports a prevention programme soon to be implemented by Rotary Clubs in Spain and Dianova

  6. Youth Hackathon to Improve Mental Health and Wellbeing

    18/11/2021

    Dianova participated in a conference and contest to design innovative projects in the field of mental health

  7. Technology and Communication

    22/06/2021

    Media literacy and education technology should start in childhood, with the participation of families and teachers

  8. Spending Quality Time with One’s Family

    22/06/2021

    Quality family time has beneficial effects on children: well-being, a sense of belonging, and a positive influence on cognitive development

  9. Listening is love

    22/06/2021

    Parents often dread the teenage crisis; the passage from childhood to adulthood is a period of great upheaval in the lives of young people

  10. Building your Child’s Confidence and Self-esteem

    22/06/2021

    Adolescents who engage in risky behaviors often demonstrate poor life skills and low self-esteem