Archive for February, 2011

Drug using Hollywood bad boy Charlie Sheen is making the rounds with home drug tests, in an attempt to resume working, and prove that he is drug free. Sheen, referring to his home drug test as a “cop up in cup”, tested negative for drugs in a test given to him by RadarOnline. Teensavers Home Drug Test kit creator Steve Stahovich, wants Sheen to think of the test kits as more than police evidence collectors. “Charlie himself is proud to show that he tested clean. You would think that he would endorse a product like this, since the tests maintain his recent abstinence from drug use. We want teenagers to embrace this test and be proud that they are not using.” Sheen agreed to submit to a test for RadarOnlne executives, in the public showdown with “two and a half men” creator Chuck Lorre. Sheen is set for an ABC interview Monday night to discuss his drug use, and the fact that he wants to stay clean to continue taping his hit CBS show. Stahovich says that Sheen should want to constantly utilize the cups to show that he is no longer using. “Charlie should have one of these cups on hand at all times. There’s nothing better, once you’ve been branded a user, than testing clean. Everyone out there from family members to Hollywood are doubting that Charlie is drug free. But he has the perfect tool to show that he is currently abstaining from drug use. ”

Stahovich created the Teensavers Home Drug Test to help solve the family problem. He insists that drug use affects more than just the teen user. He maintains that drug use breaks down an entire family. Stahovich says, “You may have a son using. You then have a daughter lying to cover up her brother’s use. The mom refuses to admit that there’s a problem, so she makes excuses for why her son is withdrawn or is performing poorly in school. Then you have the father who is in denial, and puts work and other projects ahead of his son’s health. Families need to address the problem as a unit. The boy needs to admit to the drug use, and volunteer for home drug testing. The sister needs to encourage his sobriety. The mom needs to help with changing the boy’s environment to ensure that he stays drug free. The father needs to give the tests, and be present to help keep the son’s sobriety important.”
Stahovich hopes Sheen encourages other families to embrace the home drug testing. “Charlie may be taking an arrogant stance towards the test, but he’s taking it. People are questioning his drug use, and the best thing you can do to refute those accusations is to test clean. A home drug test really is a life saving cup.”

The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit® accuracy rate is 99.9%. The FDA has given the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit® its stamp of approval. You can have confidence when you buy a Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit® that it will maintain government standards. Many of the other products on the market are illegally made, and not backed by the FDA. Do not trust your child’s health with one of these unregulated test kits.
The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit® can be purchased online at and soon in major retailers. The most popular test, the 12-panel Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit, tests for Marijuana, Cocaine, Opiates, Amphetamines, Methamphetamines, Ecstasy, PCP, Barbiturates, Benzodiazepines, Methadone, Oxycodone, and Tricyclic Antidepressants.

Charlie Sheen stands by his work ethic as an actor.    He says he doesn’t miss a casting call, and he’s always on time.    CBS however isn’t having him back, and has halted production of the hit comedy Two and a Half Men.    Sheen’s apparent rant and name calling incident of show creator Chuck Lorre was the final straw.

Teensavers says it will do it’s part to help CBS get the red light running again.   We have a home drug test that Charlie can take every day to prove that he is drug free.  Sheen recently told the great website that he’d allow them to film him taking a drug test.   Charlie we have a 12-panel right here that tests for Cocaine, Heroin, PCP, Marijuana, Methamphetamines, Amphetamines, Baribiturates, Benzodiazapines, Oxycodone, Methodone, Ecstasy, and TCAs.      We’ll even waive the $40 price tag.     We love good humor at Teensavers, and if Charlie wants to vow to stay clean, we will help provide the tests so he can prove it!

If you haven’t heard about it, Dossy has come up with quite an incredible application.


It’s called Twitter Karma.   It allows to see who has unfollowed you, and it enables you to quickly see the disparity in who you follow, and who follows you.



As parents, we all love technology.    The internet and all of the electronic improvements have made raising children easier.     I can coordinate my older daughter’s schedule in one blue on my Ipad, and my younger daughter’s schedule in green.   Then I can sync it with my Iphone, and then sync those with my wife’s Iphone, and ultimately have it all tied together nicely on our Macbook pro.

Is this the sleep trance, and dream dance Sting sang about in Synchronicity?    While we spend so much time being connected to keep our families running almost automatically, it seems like parents have disconnected altogether.    Is there any conversation at all?   Or is it just a series of schedules, dates, and times that we live by every day?

Is the new technology robbing us of life?   Are parents more focused on when Apple will release the Ipad2 or the Iphone5 than they are about their children’s health?     Contrary to the conventional wisdom of many naive parents, detecting drug use is not that easy.   Sure, it’s simple to spot a Jeff Spicoli stepping out a smoking hot boxed van.   But could you notice if your child had taken one of your Valium out of the medicine cabinet?

Parents will spend hundreds and thousands of dollars on products to make their lives simpler with a click of a button here, and a touch of the screen there.   But how about a handful of dollars to make sure that the precious life you brought into this world grows into the fine adult.

If parents could just step back and remember life of raising children without schedules and appointments and entries into technology, they might remember, just waiting to listen for the baby to cry, or holding the baby while feeding it, or playing with the baby.     I would say that bit of extrasensory, is a lot more powerful in parent-child relationship, than having your child wired like a Tron character.

The big bad man isn’t pushing heroin and cocaine to children.   Other children are.   And oftentimes, those children buying it, are actively seeking it out.     And the real growing danger is the medicine lurking in your own home.    Most of those pills in your medicine cabinet that you can’t say very well, they all do something.   Children are willing to test them.

Put down the Ipad.    Hang up the Iphone for just a second.   Round up your unused medication, and dispose of it properly.   Contact a local hospital, or your doctor and ask about medical waste disposal.   Don’t just dump the pills in the toilet.

Most importantly, home drug test you child.   You’re spending  thousands of dollars on electronics to make your life smooth.    Spend the $40 on a Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit for peace of mind.    After all, what is your child’s health and future worth to you?

It should be priceless, and worth the cost of anything to see them have a healthy and drug free adolescence.


We would love to hear from people who have questions about drugs, or concerns about their kids and/or home drug testing them.   We encourage parents to “like” our facebook page.

Here is the link:!/pages/Myteensavers/155902004445084

We’re a little lonely there, and we’d love a visit and a “like” from our loyal blog readers!


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Irvine, California, United States of America ( February 22, 2011 — The nation’s largest pharmaceuticals distributors and drug retail chains are converging to Jacksonville, Florida, to get their hands on the latest generation of home drug test kits, the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit®.

Teensavers Home Drug Test®, the preferred family brand by addiction specialists, is an FDA approved over the counter home drug test kit, aimed at bringing the family together and solving the problem. “We are excited to be at ECRM’s Home Health Care Show, and we are receiving tremendous feedback on our product,” says Teensavers Diagnostics Inc. President Steve Stahovich. “We are confident in our product. But what makes us feel even better is when we see that the distributors are as enthusiastic about the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit® as we are.  We have fine-tuned the science, and taken the extra measures to really guide and help the family in crisis,” says Stahovich.

Stahovich, Chief Branding Officer Patrick Beentjees, And Gold Coast Sales’ John Allen and Lee Senese are showcasing the product at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront to some of the industry leaders in distribution including AmerisourceBergin Corporation, Cardinal Health, Dakota Drug Inc., Masters Pharmaceutical, Mckesson Corporation. Approved by the FDA, endorsed by “America’s Parenting Coach” Tim Chapman, and considered among the Spring 2011 finalists for the “Parent Tested Parent Approved” award, the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit® accuracy rate is 99.9%. You can have confidence when you buy a Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit® that it will maintain government standards. Many of the other products on the market are illegally made, and not backed by the FDA. Do not trust your child’s health with one of these unregulated test kits.The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit® can be purchased online at and soon in major retailers and on The most popular test, the 12-panel Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit®, tests for Marijuana, Cocaine, Opiates, Amphetamines, Methamphetamines, Ecstasy, PCP, Barbiturates, Benzodiazepines, Methadone, Oxycodone, and Tricyclic Antidepressants.

Children of Alcoholics Week

February 13 to 19, 2011

An estimated 25 percent of all children in the United States (about 27.8 million) are affected by or exposed to a family alcohol problem. SAMHSA supports the National Association for Children of Alcoholics (NACoA) during its Children of Alcoholics (COA) Week. COA Week celebrates the recovery of the many thousands of children (of all ages) who have received the help they needed to recover from the pain and losses suffered in their childhood, and it offers hope to those still suffering from the adverse impact of parental alcohol and drug addiction.

Become an advocate of support and assistance for the children of alcoholics.

Teensavers supports SAMSHA and the NACoA.

Remember, if you know someone with a drinking or a drug abuse problem, get them help immediately.   If you are unsure if your child is using drugs or alcohol, you can get home drug test kits and alcohol detectors at



It’s the simple family solution.   Do the right thing for your family. Endorsed by America‘s Parenting Coach, Tim Chapman, CDAAC, the 12-panel test screens for marijuana, opiates, cocaine, PCP, Oxycodone, Methamphetamine, Amphetamines, Barbiturates, Benzodiazpines, TCAs, Methadone, and Ecstasy (MDMA)

Los Angeles tried to do the right thing.

The County Department of Health tried to take a proactive stance in the wake of a teen’s death.     A 15-year-old girl died last summer during the Electric Daisy Festival at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.     The Dept. of Health put out a release earlier this week, giving people who attend raves, a “to-do” list on how to best treat your body, while using the illegal drug.     Dennis Romero, with the LaWeekly broke the story.   You can read it, and see a photo of the “warning” here.

Many immediately questioned the logic behind what appeared to be an endorsement of Ecstasy use at Los Angeles raves.       It certainly did not attempt to dissuade people from using  Ecstasy.   In fact, it gave guidelines how to best ride the wave of the Ecstasy use.

These tips included, periodic resting, drinking lots of water, and keeping an eye on your friends.

But LA, which tried to do the right thing, is already making changes.   It appears the criticism was too much.   FoxNews says that LA will take a much stronger stance against the drug use.   You can read their full story here:

Los Angeles County tried to do what was best for a crowd of teens and young adults, who most definitely will be using drugs at raves.     It cannot stop the attendees from using drugs, but the county tried to inform first time drug takers.   As a parent, you’d hope that the 15-year-old who died, was not a long-time Ecstasy user.     But as many say in the drug treatment field, all it takes is one time to overdose.

This is a message for parents who allow their kids to attend these all night events.    A Teensavers home drug test kit. You cannot be with your child every step of the way.   But you can ask questions, and demand answers.   And if you are not satisfied, you can drug test your child.      A 12-panel Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit tests for Ecstasy (MDMA), as well as cocaine, marijuana, PCP, Meth, Amphetamines, Benzodiazapines, Baribiturates, Oxycodone, Methadone, TCA’s, and Opiates.

Isn’t $40 worth the peace of mind, that your child is not using drugs?