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Owls Care knows how important it is to find answers to questions about your health and well-being. Understanding and finding accurate information can be difficult. Therefore, we invite you to submit your question to our experts who will work to provide you with the most pertinent, useful, and current knowledge.

Please keep the topics of your questions limited to the following categories: alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, fitness, nutrition, relationships, sexual health, and stress. Please note that we may not be able to answer ALL questions that are submitted.

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