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Methamphetamine

Teen standing next to a "no drugs" sign

Meth Use Is Down, But We Still Have Work To Do

Sara Bellum
December 03, 2013

November 30 to December 7, 2013 is the first national Meth Awareness Week. Read More »

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Meth-a-morphosis shows deterioration of a meth user's appearance

Meth Mouth and Crank Bugs: Meth-a-morphosis

Sara Bellum
July 31, 2013

Few SBB posts have gotten as many grossed-out reactions from readers as this one from January 2010—check out what meth does to your body and let us know in comments what you think. Read More »

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Science fair winner.

Leads for Treating Methamphetamine Addiction

Yamini Naidu, Addiction Science Award Winner
July 20, 2011

My name is Yamini Naidu and I am a sophomore at Valley Catholic High School in Beaverton, Oregon. I have been working on a science project about Methamphetamine (METH) addiction for the past two years, beginning in the summer of 2009. Read More »

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Pills and alcohol

Real Teens Ask: What Are Designer Drugs?

Sara Bellum
March 17, 2011

Questions about drugs? Lots of teens are asking. That’s why each year, NIDA scientists spend a day chatting online with high school students and answering their questions. Read More »

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Meth-a-morphosis

Meth Mouth and Crank Bugs: Meth-a-morphosis

Sara Bellum
January 11, 2010

The SBB has already told you about some of the nasty effects that methamphetamine can have on the body—remember that post about how scavengers won’t even eat the dead bodies of meth users? Read More »

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