In the “NO”

Drug Use and Teen Health

Drug Use and Teen Health

Drug use among teens is a serious concern for parents, educators, and public health officials. The statistics on teen drug use are alarming: illicit drug use is most common in young adults between the ages of 12-25. The health consequences of...

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Marijuana Use Among Teens

Marijuana Use Among Teens

Marijuana is the most commonly used illegal drug in the United States, and teen marijuana use is increasing faster than other drugs. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency found that 30.5% of high school seniors in the United States reported using...

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Flavored Tobacco Use Among Teens

Flavored Tobacco Use Among Teens

Teens and young adults are using flavored tobacco at an alarming rate, which is much higher than other age groups. Flavored tobacco has become more enticing than traditional cigarettes, vapes, hookah, and chewing tobacco products. More and more...

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Why this “epidemic”?

What in the heck is going on with this drug “epidemic”?  What’s causing all of this stuff we hear about skyrocketing drug use, overdoses, and heroin addiction?  Watch at least the first 10 minutes of THIS VIDEO.  Watch a little...

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Why Why Not?

About a year ago, my sister-in-law told me a story.  She was watching one of her favorite cooking and traveling shows.  The words that ended the Colombia episode made her pause the show and frantically look for a piece of paper and pen to jot...

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What’s In the NO?

Hi, my name is Angie.  I have a teenage daughter and I have been working with DFCA for 11 years now.  All of this has shown me how really, (really, really, really) important it is to have solid info to help people stay away from drugs.  Whether...

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