Teen Drug Abuse

ctnuser4 on March 26th, 2010

A report showed that teens in high school taking illegal drugs marijuana, and ecstasy are at increasing rates in 2009. It is the first high increase in teen drug use since 1998. After a decade of decreasing drug use in US teens, marijuana, and ecstasy use is reported to be increasing. For drug-prevention advocates, this […]

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ctnuser4 on March 25th, 2010

The substance abuse prevention week at Dunnville Secondary School, was an interesting one, showing a performance by hypnotist Robert Maxwell, and also a video and presentation regarding¬† the dangers of substance abuse and the effects of those risks. The hallways of DSS were filled with many different posters, inspiring students to attend and take part […]

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ctnuser4 on March 6th, 2010

A report from Partnership Attitude Tracking Study (PATS) 2005 discovered various key trends on teen drug abuse. Statistics of PATS survey confirmed following facts: The abusing prescription (Rx) and over-the-counter (OTC) medications have increased One in five teens approximately 4.5 million teens reported abusing prescription medications to get high Nearly one-third of teens, nearly 31 […]

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ctnuser4 on March 3rd, 2010

Drug addiction is a serious problem for the teenagers. It is a worst thing for their upcoming future. The following measures have to be taken to steer them away from the drug abuse: Parents should first have to think about themselves and avoid drug or alcohol abuse because children generally start abusing drugs by seeing […]

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