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NIDA's Featured Publications
NIDA InfoFacts: Lessons from Prevention Research.
Outlines 16 principles that parents, schools, and communities can use as a foundation for drug abuse prevention programs. (Fact sheet).
Preventing Drug Use Among Children and Adolescents.
Read the brief or full edition of this updated resource.
Principles of HIV Prevention in Drug-Using Populations: A Research Based Guide.
Summarizes principles of HIV/AIDS prevention in drug-using populations, answers real-life prevention questions, and reviews major NIDA-supported research programs.
Community Monitoring Systems: Tracking and Improving the Well-Being of America's Children and Adolescents
The information in this document will help States, regions, and communities to ascertain the nature and extent of problems and resources that affect the well-being of youth, and to assist in the selection of the best science-based approaches for addressing particular prevention needs.
Other NIDA Resources on Alcohol and Drug/Alcohol Interactions
Marijuana: Facts For Teens
Marijuana: Facts Parents Need to Know
Evaluation of the Anti-Drug Media Campaigns of the Office on National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP)
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Other Recommended Reading
Drugs, Brains, and Behavior - The Science of Addiction
NIDA InfoFacts: High School and Youth Trends
Monitoring the Future Survey.
Results from a yearly survey of teenagers.
NIDA InfoFacts: Workplace Trends
NIDA InfoFacts: Nationwide Trends
Drug Use Among Racial/Ethnic Minorities
Commonly Abused Drugs.
Chart showing street names, medical uses, health consequences, etc.
NIDA's Publication Series
Addiction Science & Clinical Practice
(journal for researchers & health care providers)
Mind Over Matter: Drug info for grades 5-9
Topics in Brief
Other Web Sites
NIDA for Teens: Anabolic Steroids
ClubDrugs.org - a NIDA companion Web site
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MEDLINEplus Health Information on Substance Abuse
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- Office of National Drug Control Policy
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Last updated on Thursday, February 28, 2008