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FDA Talk Paper provides information on what GHB is and what it does to the body
This fact sheet, designed for college students, dispels some myths about depression.
This sheet lists federal guidelines for disposal of medications.
This fact sheet is produced by the Drug Policy Alliance and tells about alcohol, its use and the risks of drinking.
Fact sheet contains information on: Prevalence of alcohol use in boys ages 12-17, Some risk factors for boys who use alcohol
Research shows, however, that teens and young adults do believe their parents should have a say in whether they drink alcohol. Parenting styles are im...(more)
Tobacco use remains the leading preventable cause of death and disease in the United States. Talk to your patients. Tell them that quitting smoking is...(more)
Provides tips to help disaster response workers prevent and manage stress. Includes strategies to help responders prepare for their assignment, use st...(more)
This brochure describes the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration's (SAMHSA's) Co-Occurring Center for Excellence (COCE), a national resour...(more)
Facts on older adult behavioral health: Emotional Health; Substance Abuse/Misuse; and Suicide.
Illustrates what is meant by 1 standard drink
Ocho Zonas Peligrosas Para Los Adolescentes Al Volante (Eight Danger Zones for Teens Behind the Wheel)
Gives information about some of the dangers of teen driving
This fact sheet provides an overview of the connection between drug abuse and addiction.
Women’s drinking patterns are different from men’s—especially when it comes to type of beverage, amounts, and frequency. Women’s bodies also react dif...(more)
Gives information about some of the most common dangers when teens are driving.
This sheet gives information about heroin, it's street names and effects.
Facts,characteristics, and effects of children from addicted families.
Facts about drug related child maltreatment and the role of prevention professionals in drug endangered children initiatives.
How to recognize the signs and symptoms of different types of child abuse and neglect.
This fact sheet provides information about the consequences of the use of medical marijuana from the Institute of Medicine, the Food and Drug Administ...(more)
This fact sheet gives educators, doctors, and other professionals ideas on how to be sensitive to the particular issues of LGBTQ youth.
Every day in the United States, children and adolescents are victims of commercial sexual exploitation and sex trafficking. Despite the serious and lo...(more)
A booklet describing both positive and negative risks that young people can take, and consequences that follow negative risks.
A booklet describing the problems associated with drug use while giving suggestions for how to say no to drugs and live a drug free life-style.
A booklet for young people about defining their own values and making good decisions.
Underage drinking is linked to violent and aggressive behavior. Studies suggest that boys who drink are prone to fighting and sexual aggression. Studi...(more)
This fact sheet tells how to recognize and respond to the warning signs of suicide, references and general resources on suicide and suicide prevention...(more)
This gives parents facts about college drinking and ideas about how to talk to their child about it.
The Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act includes restrictions on tobacco products labeled or advertised with the terms “light,” “low,” “...(more)