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This card directs the recipient to NIDA's Web site to learn more about the health effects of drug abuse and addiction and identifies several slang nam...(more)
This post card educates the public about the risks of abusing and becoming addicted to methamphetamine
There's a lot to learn about drug abuse and addition, and it's free. NIDA's "Learn More" Infofax Card prompts audience to learn more about drug use a...(more)
Pump iron, not risks. Don't use anabolic steroids. This NIDA card identifies certain health risks associated with steroid use by females and directs ...(more)
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Behaviors associated with drug abuse are one of the largest factors in the spread of HIV infection. This card encourages people to help stop the deadl...(more)
This post card educates the public about the risks of using drugs and contracting HIV/AIDS and other blood-borne diseases, either through poor judgmen...(more)
This card states the fact "Regular use of weed wrecks your judgment and makes you more likely to get into trouble." The flipside of the card lists add...(more)
The words on the front of this card are street names for club drugs.
This postcard warns that stress has an impact on a person's recovery from using or abusing cigarettes, alcohol, and illicit drugs.
This post card provides information about the dangers of marijuana use. It was designed for organizations to distribute to teen employees.
This post card educates youth about the risks of using anabolic steroids. It promotes keeping a healthy body by avoiding use of these drugs.
This black and white post card is a picture of a boy with the top of his head (over his brain) colored bright red with a magic marker. The front of th...(more)
This post card is a black and white picture of a boy with a blob of correction fluid on his sweat jacket over his heart. The front of this card reads ...(more)
This post card reveals that when a person quits smoking, changes in their brain's pleasure circuits rival similar changes seen during withdrawal from ...(more)
This post card educates the public about the risks of abusing and becoming addicted to prescription drugs.
This postcard asks teens if prom will really be fun if they don't remember it.
This Above the Influence postcard, which features a maze, reminds teens how those who get caught up in drugs can easily lose their way and lose sight ...(more)
Encourages patients to tell their doctors about all of the drugs they use.
These postcards are double sided with the BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) chart for females on one side and males on the other.
For parents to help their teens drive safely
Gives parents tips on helping teens drive.
Hagalos, Practicar, entrenelos, guielos con su ejemplo (Practice, Coach, Lead by Example (Father/Daughter)
Gives parents tips on helping teen drivers
Hagalos, Practicar, entrenelos, guielos con su ejemplo (Practice, Coach, Lead by Example (Father/Son))
Gives parents tips of helping teens drive
Asks organizations to remind parents about safe teen driving.
This printable postcard includes a QR code, making it even easier for your recipient to find us. Use a smartphone to read the QR code and go directly ...(more)
Gives information on the Nevada 211 Rack Card
Did You Know? Mammography information card
A postcard containing notes and questions for your doctor, nurse or pharmacist concerning menopause and other related issues.
Contains Information about resources available for Problem Gambling Prevention.