To Tweet or Not To Tweet

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Are you more likely to text or tweet? Maybe you do both, since everyone is a multi-tasker now. Like texting while watching tv or checking email… Not to be left out, NIDA has recently started tweeting @NIDAnews . You can see some of our tweets below:

  • 2.7% of eighth graders used cigarettes daily in the past month, down from 10.4% in 1996.
  • Popping Pills – A Popular Way to Boost Brain Power? Wait and see what NIDA Director says on 60 Minutes:
  • Sara Bellum Blog Tackles Energy Drinks: A Boost in the Wrong Direction?
  • Check out new NIDA-supported research on damage to the heart muscle as result of steroid use for body building:
  • NIDA director Dr. Nora Volkow talks to Addiction Inbox blog at Blending Conference:
  • What’s this new drug “Meow Meow”? Find out in Dr. Steven Grant’s interview with AP. View the story removed
Teens using laptops and cellphones

NIDA’s got a lot of company on Twitter: from Ashton Kutcher to Oprah and Selena Gomez to organizations like the White House, the NFL and TMZ. They’re all tweeting these days. You can access Twitter online or on your mobile phone.

So… Do you tweet? Would you ever?

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