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Silence Isn't Golden; It's Permission
It's probably not just “going to come up,” but a conversation about the risks of drug use has to occur between you and your teen. The good news is that with a little practice and a little preparation, you will find that it's a conversation that gets easier over time and may save a life.

Facts about Marijuana
Teens & Technology
Girls and Drugs
Parenting of Teens Today
Inhalants in the Home
Pot and the Teen Brain
Prevent Prescription Drug Abuse

Safeguard your prescriptions; safeguard your teens. Where are teens getting Rx drugs? The search starts at home.

What can you do? Tips for preventing Rx drug abuse.
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Pressure on Teens

Pressure on Teens
Teens today are under pressure to fit in, to be successful – and to try drugs. Find out how to help your teen handle stress.


Online Exposure
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Over-the-Counter Drug Abuse
Find out what to watch for and how to talk to your teen about using over-the-counter drugs responsibly. Learn the signs and symptoms >>

Teens and Technology
Learn the latest on social networking, text messaging, and online lingo. Take a crash course in your teen’s tech world >>

Meth in America
Methamphetamine has become the most dangerous drug problem in small towns because it's cheap and easy to make. Learn more about meth >>

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