The singer took to Instagram and posted a personal message to her fans.
(WESH 2 News, Feb. 2) One in four teens has used or abused a prescription drug in their life, and many of them start at a young age. Prescription drugs are the most commonly abused drugs by children ages 12 and 13.
(WKRN, Feb. 26) A recent study published in JAMA Pediatrics revealed a scary reason why teens are ending up in the ER: overdoses from prescription and illicit drugs, specifically opioids and heroin.
(WKRN, Feb. 26) – A hard hit can do more than just knock the wind out of a player on the field. It can leave them with an injury requiring medical attention and possibly pain medication. Read more.
(AFP Relax News, Dec.28) Negative perceptions of marijuana among 13-14-year olds and 15-16-year olds in the state of Washington have declined by 14 percent and 16 percent since the drug was legalized.
A 21-year-old Baltimore native was just announced the winner of the 2017 Red Ribbon Campus PSA Contest for her creative, animated anti-drug video that promoted healthy alternatives to drug use.
Raven Jackson was recently announced the winner of the 2017 Red Ribbon Campus PSA Contest for her creative, animated anti-drug video.
(US News, Dec. 13) A recent "Monitoring the Future" study showed that drug use and risky behavior among high schoolers is declining.
(Medical Express, Dec. 12) Some teens said drugs were "not a good look" for them.
(CBS News, Dec. 9) Heroin overdoses surpassed gun homicides last year for the first time.