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Twenty Years of Inhalant Abuse Awareness

Sara Bellum
March 22, 2012

March 18–24, 2012, marks the 20th observance of National Inhalants and Poisons Awareness Week. Read More »

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Word of the Day: Polyneuropathy

Sara Bellum
September 21, 2011

According to NIDA’s glossary, polyneuropathy is a “permanent change or malfunction of nerves.” “Poly” means “many,” so multiple nerves throughout the body such as in the arms, legs, hands, and feet are affected. Read More »

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National Inhalants and Poison Prevention Week – March 20-26, 2011

Sara Bellum
March 23, 2011

"Why does that guy keep breathing into that stupid paper bag?" "Did you see that kid back there? Looks kinda’ dazed." "Oh no, I think she’s passed out. Wait, is she still breathing?" Read More »

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First Get Drug Smart, Then Think Twice

Sara Bellum
November 02, 2010

The Shoutout is gathering volume and the message is coming through loud and clear: JUST THINK TWICE! Read More »

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Word of the Day: Axon

Sara Bellum
August 03, 2010

You may remember hearing something about neurons in biology, but what about today’s word of the day: axon? Read More »

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