Monday, September 13, 2010

Survey of Police and Teachers: Alcohol and Marijuana

Center for Medicine in the Public Interest (New York, N.Y.) September 9, 2010

"The Center for Medicine in the Public Interest released the results of a national Teen Substance Abuse survey today, indicating that police officers and high school teachers nationwide believe alcohol and marijuana are the most serious problem substances facing teenagers.  These survey results come as the Food and Drug Administration has scheduled an Advisory Committee meeting for September 14 to examine whether abuse of cough and cold medications by teens requires stricter controls on the sale of those commonly used products."  Read more.

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