See What’s New & Cool in 2013: Shout Outs

Marion county health

Tweet from: Marion County Health

National Drug Facts Week 2013 January 28 - February 3, 2013. Go to to see who is having an event. #drugfacts

Watershed Lisa

Facebook post from: Watershed Lisa

Take the interactive 2013 National Drug IQ Challenge to see what you know about drugs! #drugfacts National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and Drug Facts

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Tweet from: AOL Impact 

Do you know your #drugfacts ? Help shatter those myths by refreshing yourself here:


Facebook post from: Hot 107.9

Here's a chance to win $500: take the national Drug IQ Challenge. It’s that easy! Take the pledge to be drug-free. via Hot 107.9 & Rickey Smiley Official FanPage!


Facebook post from: Ottawa Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition

National Drug Facts week starts next week. The youth were busy today choosing the winners of the poster contest! We'll announce them soon! Next week look for some great facts to share with your youth to help Shatter The Myths!

Steve Pasierb

Facebook post from: Steve Pasierb

National Drug Facts Week 2013 runs Jan 28 - Feb 3 Go to to see who is having an event. #drugfacts #endmedicineabuse

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Facebook post from: Dr. Mehmet Oz

National Drug Facts Week empowers youth with the truth about drug use so that young people will make informed decisions to protect their health and future. During the week, teachers and community leaders can begin the conversation about the negative, and even deadly, effects of drugs on the brain, body and behavior. I urge all of you to click below and get involved.


Facebook post from: North Carolina Centers for Prevention Resources (NC CPRs)

We’re joining Drug Facts National Drug Facts Week (1/28-2/3) to shatter the myths about drug abuse. Share this post to join in too!

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Facebook post from: Cville Drug Facts Scavenger Hunt

National Drug Facts Week (NDFW) is a health observance week for teens that aims to shatter the myths about drugs and drug abuse. Through community-based events and activities on the Web, on TV, and through contests, NIDA is working to encourage teens to get factual answers from scientific experts about drugs and drug abuse.