Juslyn Vineyards 2014 Spring Mountain District Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

The California Wine Club

Tasting Notes: Dense black cherry and sweet vanilla flavors are framed by French oak, creating a lingering, silky finish. 93 Points, The Wine Advocate Final Blend: 92% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Merlot Case Production: Only 350 cases produced Pair With: Roasted porchetta, mixed grill, or Piave cheese Hold Time: Enjoy now or hold 18 years Over the years we have been able to treat wine club members to various vintages of this always-impressive Spring Mountain District Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon; 2002, 2004, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2014…

Price: $90.00

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The Adolescent Brain – Substance Use, Depression, and Recovery | Ann Arbor District Library

Important features of brain development exist during the adolescent period, and this developmental phase matters when we talk about adolescent depression and substance use. Understanding these developmentally specific features of depression and substance use helps with parental monitoring, understanding, responding…

Important features of brain development exist during the adolescent period, and this developmental phase matters when we talk about adolescent depression and substance use. Understanding these developmentally specific features of depression and substance use helps with parental monitoring, understanding, responding effectively to youth, as well as knowing more about what to expect and how to discern when more help is needed. It is common for parents to wonder, “are they just being a moody teenager?” or “isn’t it normal to experiment with alcohol or drugs during adolescence?” Sometimes parents are unsure which condition, substance use or mental illness, is primary or what needs to be treated first.

In order to address these and other dilemmas in relation to dual diagnosis in adolescence, The University of Michigan Depression Center and the Ann Arbor District Library present a Bright Nights community forum entitled, “The Adolescent Brain: Substance Use, Depression, and Recovery”.