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Texting and Driving: 10 Things Everyone Needs to Know
Our phones can be hard to ignore, but they can be a deadly distraction when driving. This title hits on ten key reasons why texting and driving do not mix and convinces people to stow away the phone and stay focused on the road.
Preventing Drug Use: 10 Tips for Parents and Other Adults
This pamphlet offers suggestions to parents and other adults on how to teach their children about the dangers of drugs. It encourages open and frequent communication and clear family rules and expectations. It also emphasizes the need to be a good role model and to teach kids how to say no.
Talking About Steroids: What to Say and How to Say It
Steroid use is not just an issue among professional athletes. Give this pamphlet to parents, teachers, coaches and other adults to help them get the steroid conversation started. It includes information about what steroids are, why they are dangerous and how to bring up the subject with young people.
Helping Young People Say No to Alcohol
This pamphlet is especially for parents and other adults on how to talk with young people about the risks of alcohol use. It suggests talking with young people about the risks and setting clear limits around underage drinking. It offers tips for when and how to bring up the subject and encourages adults to be good role models.
Talking Tobacco: What to Say and How to Say It
Give parents and caregivers these tips for talking with kids about tobacco and smoking. This pamphlet helps adults empower kids to make tobacco-free choices by providing basic information for parents and other adults to talk with kids about tobacco--and persuade them not to use it.
The Dangers of Over-the-Counter Drug Abuse
Because of their easy availability, OTC medications are often the drug of choice for people wanting to get high.
The Dangers of Prescription Drug Abuse
Hoping to build muscle mass, lose weight, enhance studying or get high, an alarming number of young people are abusing prescription and over-the-counter drugs without full knowledge of the potential consequences. This pamphlet offers a straightforward overview of the many hazards associated with the most commonly abused Rx and OTC drugs and challenges the misperception that using these drugs to get high is a safe alternative to illegal drugs. A great discussion piece for drug education programs targeting adolescents and teens, this pamphlet tackles one of the most widespread substance abuse issues and delivers a powerful prevention message.
37 Scary But True Facts About Drugs
This pamphlet gives the hard but real facts about the most commonly used drugs, including alcohol, inhalants, heroin, marijuana, ecstasy, steroids, rohypnol (the date-rape drug) and more. It also addresses how to seek help for yourself or someone you know.
Marijuana Facts: 41 Things Everyone Should Know
Help people of all ages say no to marijuana. This pamphlet uses compelling data to lay out the health, legal and social risks involved in marijuana use.
Ecstasy and Other Club Drugs
Provide young people with essential facts about ecstasy and other club and party drugs. This pamphlet includes information about MDMA, rohypnol, GHB, LSD, and ketamine, and presents both the short-term and long-term negative effects of drug use.
Sniffing and Huffing: The Truth About Inhalants
Discourage inhalant use with this creative and informative pamphlet, which gives easy-to-understand descriptions of inhalants and is geared toward elementary- and middle-school-age kids. This pamphlet provides young people with information about what inhalants are and why they are so dangerous.
How Meth Affects Your Brain ...and the Rest of Your Body
Using methamphetamine can cause a great deal of damage to your brain and your body over time. This pamphlet outlines the physical (and mental) consequences of using methamphetamine, including damage to the brain, lungs, mouth, and heart and sends a strong anti-drug message.
Edible Marijuana: 10 Things You Need to Know
Edible marijuana has different risks than the inhaled version.
Talking to Your Kids About Marijuana
At a time of changing laws and attitudes about marijuana, this title offers parents simple yet effective tips on how to talk to their kids about this prevalent drug.
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