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(WSAW, April 24) A new study shows that teens who used marijuana heavily were more likely to die by age 60 compared to those who didn't.
(People, April 20) Nick Reiner, the son of filmmaker Rob Reiner, co-wrote a film loosely based on his drug addiction experience.
(NPR, April 15) It's a great time for teens to learn faster and absorb more information, but at the same time indulge in behavior that can be damaging to them, such as drug use.
(Fox 17, April 10) The driver, 17, was driving with his four friends in the car when it went off the road and hit a tree.
(Forbes, April 9) Fentanyl deaths, caused by a powerful drug that's 25-50 times more potent than heroin, is on the rise.
(Vox, April 9) A map of the United States illustrates the heroin epidemic as it sweeps its way across the country.
(CBS News, April 5) Actress Jodie Sweetin had turned to drugs and alcohol when she was only 13 years old. Photo by GabboT.
(Elite Daily, April 4) Addiction to marijuana may be linked to genetics, according to a new study.
(The Tennessean, April 3) Will Bell was a high school football player who took opioid painkillers so he didn't feel the pain from tackling or lifting, but they weren't his own pills.
(Fox News, Jan. 31) In a new documentary, \"Prescription Thugs,\" filmmaker Chris Bell examines the epidemic of prescription drug abuse, called the worst epidemic in America by addiction experts.