Fall/Winter 2013

Fall/Winter 2013 Headlines

October 2013

“Parents, listen up: Meaningful anti-drug message means showing us the back-alley addicts” (Reading Eagle, VOICES) 10/15/2013

Drugs and alcohol are glorified. Countless songs, movies, books, memes, Twitter accounts and conversations revolve around the bottle or the blunt… Read more >

“Baby Boomers Continue Substance Use as They Age” (The Partnership at Drugfree.org) 10/22/2013

Baby boomers appear to be carrying their substance abuse habits with them as they age, according to a behavioral health expert at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine… Read more >

November 2013

“Commentary: Molly – What You Need to Know” (The Partnership at Drugfree.org) 11/12/2013

The now-popular party drug named “Molly” sounds friendly and safe, and young people know that the name is supposed to refer to the pure crystalline powder form of 3,4-methylenedioxy-N-methylamphetamine or MDMA—what used to be taken in pill form as Ecstasy… Read more >

December 2013

“Many PG-13 Movies Have Violent Characters Who Drink, Smoke and Have Sex” (The Partnership at Drugfree.org) 12/10/2013

An analysis of almost 400 top-grossing movies from 1985 to 2010 shows about 90 percent included at least one moment of violence involving a main character… Read more > 

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