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Monitoring the Future 2013

Share the Latest Stats During National Drug Facts Week

January 30, 2014  /  Sara Bellum

During National Drug Facts Week (NDFW), communities across the country are shattering the myths about drug abuse and addiction. Read More »

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Nationwide Survey Shows Fewer Teens Think Marijuana Is Harmful

December 18, 2013  /  Sara Bellum

Today, NIDA released the latest results from the 2013 Monitoring the Future (MTF) study, which asks more than 40,000 8th, 10th, and 12th graders about drug, alcohol, and cigarette use. The study revealed both good news and areas for concern. Read More »

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Real Teens Ask: How Many Teens Use Drugs?

June 19, 2013  /  Sara Bellum

Note: This post, which originally appeared on SBB in October 2009, answers one of the most common questions NIDA hears from teens. Read More »

Chart of Past-Year Teen Drug Abuse

During National Drug Facts Week: The Truth About Prescription Drugs

February 01, 2013  /  Dr. Nora D. Volkow, NIDA Director

Did you know that prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) drugs are the most commonly abused substances by high school seniors (after marijuana and alcohol)? Read More »

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Perception of Risk: Fewer Teens Believe Marijuana Is Harmful

January 31, 2013  /  Sara Bellum

Knowing the health risks that come with using or abusing drugs convinces most teens (and adults) to stay away from them. But what if you don’t think certain drugs are unsafe? Read More »

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