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Singing Out Against Drugs: ROCKSTAR SUPERSTAR PROJECT, Part 1

Sara Bellum
June 28, 2011

This is your chance to be a star. Enter the 2011 Teen Substance Abuse Awareness Through Music contest, hosted by the GRAMMY Foundation and MusiCares in collaboration with the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Read More »

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Road to Recovery

In Recovery—Steps to Overcoming Addiction

Sara Bellum
May 13, 2011

Most people know that addiction, can be overcome with treatment. But like many other diseases, it is often a winding road to get there. So, what are the steps to a healthier, drug-free life? Read More »

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Real Teens Ask: Is Addiction Hereditary?

Sara Bellum
February 18, 2011

On NIDA’s Drug Facts Chat Day 2010, scientists answered a lot of your great questions. This one is from “I AM MIKE” from Jefferson Township High School in Trenton, New Jersey: Are you more likely to do drugs if someone in your family does? Read More »

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"Drugs?" written on paper

Real Teens Ask: What Is a Drug?

Sara Bellum
February 11, 2011

Every year on NIDA’s Drug Facts Chat Day, scientists chat with teens across the country to answer their questions about the science behind drug abuse and addiction. Read More »

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Ethan Guinn at Lab

Are Video Games Addictive?

Ethan Guinn, 2008 NIDA Addiction Science Award Winner
October 26, 2010

Guest Blogger, Ethan Guinn, a winner of NIDA’s Addiction Science Award, describes how his interest in science (and video games) has brought him lots of exciting changes and opportunities. Read More »

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