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(Noozhawk, Nov. 29) After two incidents of UC-Santa Barbara students injuring themselves while high on hallucinogenic drugs in one month, campus authorities are taking action.
(Mad in America, Nov. 25) A new review shows that the abuse of ADHD drugs in colleges is becoming an epidemic.
(Medical Daily, Nov. 30) For a second weekend in a row, several teens have overdosed on synthetic marijuana in San Diego.
(Yahoo!, Nov. 25) \"Skittles\" parties are a dangerous and growing trend that's sending teens to the hospital.
(HuffPost, Nov. 24) A new poll finds that 56 percent—more than half—of Americans know someone who has abused prescription drugs or abuses the drugs themselves.
(USA Today, Nov. 20) Prescription drug overdoses account for more than half of drug overdoses in 2013 among youths.
(KEYT-KCOY-KKFX, Nov. 17) For Lizette Corea, it started with drinking and pot smoking in her early teens.
(WCNC, Nov. 16) Both were typical kids who were just experimenting, but both eventually succumbed to drug addiction that eventually took their lives
(DEA, Nov. 10) The DEA today announced “360 Strategy” to help cities dealing with a heroin and prescription drug abuse epidemic, and its associated violent crime.