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Alcohol and Drug Use in College-Aged Young Adults: 2014 Monitoring the Future Survey Results

The NIDA Blog Team
February 22, 2016

Want a quick look at the latest numbers on college-aged young adults’ use of alcohol, marijuana, nicotine, and stimulants? Check out the infographics below. They show the results from the most recent Monitoring the Future national survey on substance use in this age group. Read More »

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Images of teens and text. What does respect mean to you? Treat others as equals. Agree to disagree. Value yourself. Surround yourself with people who care. Make sure everyone feels safe. Listen to each other. Life drug-free. Resolve conflicts in a healthy way. scholastic.com/headsup/respect. Scholastic logo. Heads up logo. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services logo. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention logo. National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Drug Abuse logo.

Love and Drugs and Violence

The NIDA Blog Team
February 16, 2016

There is a connection between people in abusive dating relationships and drugs and alcohol. Read More »

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Hookah Isn’t Harmless

The NIDA Blog Team
February 09, 2016

Think smoking hookah is safe? Or at least safer than cigarettes? Think again. Read More »

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How Does Pro Football Tackle Players’ Drug Use?

The NIDA Blog Team
February 01, 2016

Behind the scenes at the Super Bowl, a different competition is going on: the National Football League (NFL) vs. drug use. Read More »

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A Personal Story of Sorrow and Hope: The Jacob P. Waletzky Award

Jeremy Waletzky, M.D.
January 27, 2016

If there had been a treatment that worked, Jacob would have used it. He’d had several treatments that helped some—but he was still dead. Read More »

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