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IT’SUGAR, the national retail candy store that is popular with teens, is currently selling products that make light of prescription drug abuse – a dangerous behavior that is responsible for more deaths in the United States each year than heroin and cocaine combined.

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Read the op-ed penned by our President & CEO, Steve Pasierb, in response to the New York Times’ July 27th editorial endorsement on legalization of marijuana, “Repeal Prohibition, Again.”

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This year’s Partnership Attitude Tracking Study (PATS) results, which shows a significant increase – a doubling – in the reported lifetime use of synthetic human growth hormone (hGH) among teens. Here are some highlights from the media coverage.

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BREAKING NEWS: New, nationally projectable survey results released today by the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids confirmed a significant increase – a doubling – in the reported lifetime use of synthetic human growth hormone (hGH) among teens.

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The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids today released new research from the latest Partnership Attitude Tracking Study (PATS), a nationally projectable survey that tracks teen drug

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We are pleased to honor two of our most dedicated media partners for their outstanding support in 2013. The Partnership congratulates North Carolina’s WLFL-TV/WRDC-TV and WRAZ-TV for their continued dedication to our work for kids and families.

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The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids premiered today a new teen-targeted television spot as part of its Above the Influence (ATI) campaign. The TV spot is the second produced by the Partnership since taking the lead on ATI.

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We recently released a special report outlining our accomplishments and activities for our Medicine Abuse Project in 2013. It gives an overview of initiatives like

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The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, a nonprofit dedicated to reducing teen substance abuse and supporting families impacted by addiction, has introduced a new campaign targeting healthcare professionals as part of its Medicine Abuse Project.

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For the third consecutive year, we are collaborating with National Geographic Channel’s series Drugs, Inc. to raise awareness of the ongoing drug problem in America.

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