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Father and SonTALKING TO YOUR KIDS ABOUT DRUGS
Have the "drug talk" with your kids early and often. Know your influence matters.

Be prepared to answer the toughest question: "Did you use drugs?"

Drug Use Among Kids: Fiction vs. Facts
Don't let common misperceptions fool. Know the facts.

Stressed GirlSigns Your Child May Be Using Drugs
It's a question just about every parent will ask: "How can I tell if my child is using drugs or alcohol?"

Learn about signs and symptoms associated with specific drugs.

High School & Youth Drug-Use Trends
Every year the Monitoring The Future survey measures drug, alcohol and cigarette among adolescent students nationwide.

Ecstasy PillsHow Drug Dealers Target Our Kids
Make sure your kids are aware drug dealers are trying to get them hooked through a variety of deceptions, including disguising their drugs as candy and vitamins.

Get The Facts About Marijuana
It's the most commonly used illegal drug and is often viewed as less harmful. Discover how marijuana can be addictive and often leads to using so-called "harder" drugs.

Prescription Drug Abuse & Your Kids
More teens are turning away from street drugs, but many are turning to drugs that can be found in the family medicine cabinet.

'Date Rape' Drugs
Warn kids about the dangers of these drugs that someone may deceptively give them, with the intent of victimizing them.

Drug Effects On The Brain
Discover how the three drugs that teens most commonly use -- alcohol, marijuana and prescription drugs -- affect the brain.

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