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In The News: The 2012 Partnership Attitude Tracking Study

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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Mind Your Meds

“Mind Your Meds” Campaign Wins Gold at First Cannes Lions Health Awards

The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, a nonprofit dedicated to reducing teen substance abuse and supporting families impacted by addiction, and agency Hill Holliday, were honored with a Gold Lion at the first-ever Lions Health Awards for the public service campaign “Mind Your Meds.” The campaign was developed by Hill Holliday for the Partnership as part of its Medicine Abuse Project.

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NBA Legend John Starks, New York Liberty guard/forward Essence Carson and VIP Chef Roblé at the All-Star Tasting

Third Annual All-Star Tasting a Success

Last week, the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids hosted our third annual All-Star Tasting in New York City. Celebrity chefs and all-star athletes came together for a night of food and fun in support of our important work.

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Fingernail Drug Test Gives Vital Information to DWI Program

A pilot program that uses fingernail drug and alcohol testing is helping to spot drivers who have been convicted of driving while intoxicated who are continuing to drink or use drugs. Fingernail testing captures a person’s history of drug and alcohol use for the past three to six months.

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