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Two teen girls being goofy.

“I Wish That I Could Be Like The Cool Kids.”

The NIDA Blog Team
January 12, 2015

If in 10 years you were to take a look back at the cool kids in your middle school— recent research suggests—they may not turn out like you’d expect. Read More »

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An infographic that says "3 out of 4 people use designated drivers."

Designated Drivers—You Are Not Alone

The NIDA Blog Team
January 08, 2015

Most people use designated drivers, but not everyone.  Help reduce drunk driving deaths with these tips. Read More »

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A man with big muscles holding performance-enhancing drug in his hand.

Crossing the Line: Athletes Risk Their Health When Using Performance-Enhancing Drugs

The NIDA Blog Team
December 11, 2014

Abusing drugs to overcome pain or inflate athletic abilities gives athletes an unfair advantage. Read More »

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A skeleton holding a syringe and thinking, No Drugs.

Stay Safe This Halloween

The NIDA Blog Team
October 30, 2014

Halloween is a time when there are lots of parties, so be smart. If you need a ride home, make sure the driver is sober. Read More »

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A teenage girl flirting with a boy at a party while holding a red plastic cup.

It’s Time to Commit to Stopping the Spread of HIV

The NIDA Blog Team
October 15, 2014

October 15th is National Latino AIDS Awareness Day. Despite making up only 16% of the U.S. population, Hispanic/Latinos account for 21% of the 50,000 new HIV infections in this country every day.     Read More »

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