Reducing Smoking, Drinking and Drug Use

Drug-abuse prevention programs can help high-risk youth, according to this five-year study by the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP). The report found that prevention programs for high-risk youth have been effective in reducing rates of alcohol, tobacco and marijuana use.

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Another Reason Not to Smoke

Smokers tell you that smoking calms them down, but a new study finds that adolescents who smoke are more likely to suffer from phobias, panic attacks, and other serious anxiety problems as young adults.

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