It’s the latest controversy:

Lance
Armstrong is no stranger to drug testing. His camp recently tweeted
that throughout his cycling career, he’s had more than 500 drug controls
(drug tests) and no positives. He is still fighting off accusations
from other cyclists who claim they’ve seen him using performance
enhancing drugs.

Whether or not you are concerned about PEDs,
marijuana, or prescription drugs, drug testing is a serious conversation
to have with your teen.     But it’s smaller impersonal discussions
about drug use and drug testing that will get the parents on the same
page as kids.   This is the least confrontational kids to go.   Parents
shouldn’t be afraid to talk to their kids about drugs.   Otherwise they
might listen to someone else’s message that drugs are OK.

If you want to know more about the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit, A Parent Tested Parent Approved winner, click  HERE.

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