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Talking with teenagers about drugs

Some parents and guardians may find it difficult to talk with their teenager about drugs. But drugs can be dangerous, and some teenagers are not aware of the risks. Learn how to talk with your teenager about the risks of drug use and abuse.

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Tobacco, alcohol and drug use while pregnant is a form of abuse.

Eight years ago, the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office launched a campaign called "the Faces of Meth" to address Oregon's methamphetamine problem. The images showed the jarring effects of meth on addicts' faces through before-and-after pictures from their arrest records.  Rehabs.com recently followed suit with this infographic. Warning: these images are disturbing

This New 'Faces Of Meth' Ad Is Utterly Harrowing

Before & After Meth pretty scary-will show to my girls one day to show them drugs suck! This is so sad how these people actually look like zombies.

See why prescription drug abuse among teens is a growing concern for Canadian parents.  http://healthycanadians.gc.ca/drug-prevention-drogues/index-eng.php?utm_source=pinterest_hcdns&utm_medium=social_fr&utm_content=oct20_pda&utm_campaign=pida_14

See why prescription drug abuse among teens is a growing concern for Canadian…

Celebrity Faces Who Are Killed by Drugs Infographic. Topic: film, actor, actress, movie

16 Celebrity Faces Who Are Killed by Drugs [Infographic]

Now ignore the men part, this is you're beauty going down the drain for drugs. Remember that ladies!

Ok, I get that serious drug abuse causes awful physical changes.it is the badge on every picture that bothers me. Addiction is a devastating health concern, but not a crime. From drugs to mugs: Meths devastating effects (images)

Free The Truth About Drugs Information Kit for Educators

Free The Truth About Drugs Information Kit for Educators

Recovery of Brain Dopamine Transporters in Chronic Methamphetamine (METH) Abusers

Three brain scans: showing brain recovery with prolonged abstinence. A healthy brain was compared to a Meth abuser’s brain with a and abstinence, illustrating the brain’s remarkable potential to recover with abstinence.

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