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NIDA to release interactive Drug IQ Challenge and host online chat for teens BETHESDA, Md., Jan.
A recent survey of the nation's teenagers has reported that the use of cigarettes, alcohol and drugs by teenagers is on the decline – a trend which Suncoast Rehab maintains could be a strong
Harbor Village Florida comments on newly released data showing a decrease in teenage substance abuse, but raises concerns about heightened e-cigarette use. USA
Harbor Village Florida comments on effective ways to promote prevention of substance abuse, and is supported by evidence that prevention will save the nation money. USA
The latest teen drinking statistics released by the National Institute on Drug Abuse disclose that among teens in this country alcohol consumption and cigarette smoking is down, with a slight
Youth use of alcohol, cigarettes and illicit drugs are steadily declining, but e-cigarette use is high and the perception that marijuana is harmful is low, according to the 2014 Monitoring the
NEW YORK, Nov.
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, nationwide illicit drug use is on the rise.
New campaign encourages parents to talk with their teens about the real dangers of drug abuse TORONTO, Oct.
Novus Medical Detox responds to a recent New York Times article which highlighted the recent announcement that marijuana dispensaries in Berkeley, CA, would be required to provide low-income residents
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