(August 15, 2019) As part of the contest, teens from across the nation submitted videos showing how they 'live the example.'
Misusing opioids can lead to addiction and, in some cases, death by overdose.
Combining different medicines can have devastating results.
Teens from across the country answered that question as part of Mentor Foundation USA’s 2019 Living The Example online video contest. Vote for your favorite video.
(CBS News, March 20) According to a new study, smoking potent marijuana every day can increase the likelihood of developing a psychotic disorder by almost five times.
Each year, the GRAMMY Foundation® and MusiCares® Teens Make Music Contest encourages teens across the nation to create original songs and/or music videos promoting a life free of drugs and the dangers of substance misuse.
(CNN, February 5) Gummy candy laced with marijuana sent Cleveland elementary school students – ages 5 to 9 – to the hospital.
(HealthDay News, February 6) More teens drive while high on marijuana in states where the drug is legal, according to a new study from the University of Minnesota’s School of Public Health.
Congratulations to North Dakota State College of Science student Jolisa ‘Jo’ Ross! Her catchy, rapping PSA won the top prize in the 3rd Annual Red Ribbon Week Campus Video PSA Contest.
(Science News, October 30) Young marijuana users’ memories improved after they stopped using the drug for a period of time, according to a study just published in The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry.