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Knowing what drugs are out there, what they can do, and how they can affect someone
is the first step in raising drug-free kids.
Newborn babies who were exposed to drugs or alcohol while in the womb can develop
this syndrome after birth. Learn about it here.
Drugs are chemicals that change the way a person's body works. Some drugs help you
feel better, but drugs also can harm you. Learn more in this article for kids.
Just as you inoculate your kids against illnesses like measles, you can help "immunize"
them against drug use by giving them the facts now.
Drugs are chemicals or substances that change the way our bodies work, for good and
bad. Find out more here.
There are many downsides to experimenting with prescription drugs. Find out more in
this article for teens.
It's not hard to find drugs, and sometimes it may seem like everyone's doing them
or wanting you to do them. But there are downsides (and dangers) to taking drugs.
Some people use certain medicines without a prescription because they think these
meds help with focus and concentration. If you've heard of "study drugs" and wonder
if there are any risks, find out in this article for teens.
Smoking, drinking, and doing drugs can lead to problems at home, in school, and with
your health. Learn more here.
Drugs, alcohol, and smoking all damage a person's health. Learn more.