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young woman singing about drug abuse prevention

Write a Song To Promote Healthy Decisions

Sara Bellum
October 29, 2013

Recently, NIDA met with its Teen Advisory Group—a group of diverse teens from around the country—to talk about pop culture, celebrities, and drugs. Read More »

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People having fun at a concert

Summer Music Festivals: More About Partying Than Music?

Sara Bellum
July 09, 2013

Summer music festivals like Bonnaroo, Coachella, or Country USA offer a great chance to hear live music, hang out with friends, and enjoy a fun scene. Outdoor festivals draw thousands of people from across the country for multiday events featuring dozens of shows. Read More »

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Young women with words "To live naturally high" written next to her

Music and a Positive Lifestyle: One Teen’s “Natural High”

Sara Bellum
May 07, 2013

What is Allura Garis’ Natural High? Music. Why? She enjoys how music brings people together. She also loves the passion that her favorite musicians bring to their performances. Read More »

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Rap Music and Molly

Sara Bellum
April 09, 2013

NIDA stays up to date on drug use trends. Read More »

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Grant speaking at the TED Talks

Finding Your Voice: Using Creativity for Positive Change

Sara Bellum
April 04, 2013

In 2011, at age 14, Grant Davis was recognized by NIDA and the GRAMMY Foundation for his song, “Just a Child,” a tribute to his older sister Kelly, who struggled with addiction. Read More »

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