The answer is a loaded gun
Epilepsy is not normally associated with abuse. It can, however, be associated with repeated or severe head trauma.
self-harmer/neglect alcohol and drugs abuse vulnerable group
Go to the police.
Unless he's a danger to the child or abuse, no.
Well there is OWIs and DWIs for sure...
not owning a car
If the person is in danger from someone else, a danger to themselves (self-harm, suicide), a danger of hurting someone else, or if the person is going to commit or has committed a serious crime (sexual abuse, murder, etc).
Deserts are arid, nor semiarid. Semiarid regions are usually grasslands or steppe. The danger is that human abuse of these regions will turn them into true deserts.
Fairly high rates compared to other countries.
That situation would be considered negligence. Negligence can be considered abuse by omission.
The list of mental and physical problems associated with substance abuse is virtually endless. From nutritional deficiencies to dental problems to neurological, emotional and psychiatric problems to memory lose and impaired judgment, to liver/kidney failure, substance abuse wreaks havoc on a body and serves to shorten lives.
often associated with abuse of, or dependence on, other substances including nicotine, marijuana , cocaine, heroin, amphetamines, sedatives, and anxiolytics (antianxiety drugs).