Let's Talk: SBB Wants Your Feedback

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The SBB wants your feedback; Image Courtesy of Lesley Mitchell

Image Courtesy of Lesley Mitchell

Good news SBB readers, each week more and more of you are visiting the blog. Because more of you are tuning in, we want to make sure we provide you with the most interesting and helpful information. We always take your comments and your messages into consideration, and you've already given us great insight. So, we are taking it a step further. In other words, we want more of your feedback!

Here's how it's going to work. Each month, we'll post a specific question on the blog asking for your feedback. The first question is:

Question #1: What would you like to talk about, or know more about, on the topic of drug abuse?

To answer the question, you can either submit a comment by writing your response in the "Leave a Reply" box below, or send us a message. As always, we will read all comments and consider all feedback. The following month, check back with the SBB to see how we've addressed your suggestions and to answer the next question.

Your comments and suggestions will help guide the future development of the Blog. For example, if you think there are too many blog posts on nicotine addiction or not enough videos, or if you want to read more about real teens' stories or see videos on the consequences of prescription drug abuse, we want to know. We look forward to hearing from you, so let's get started.

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