Here is a study investigating if local tobacco policies (for example clean air laws) have any effect on the relationship between tobacco outlet density and youth smoking.
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This video shows some of the results of the Global Drug Survey for Australia. It proves that Australians are drinking like fish, with alcohol taking out the top spot as the most commonly used drug.
The 2012 Freshmen Norms survey of 192,912 first-time, full-time US students, found a decline in the number of freshmen that reported drinking.
The 2012 Freshmen Norms report found that there has been a decline in partying and drinking amongst college and university freshmen.
According to the '2012 Freshmen Norms report' the number of US freshmen drinking has declined since 2011.
Only 1 in 5 parents say they are very concerned about children, teens misusing narcotics, according to University of Michigan's National Poll on Children’s Health.
According to this survey many American parents are not very concerned about the misuse of narcotic pain medicines by children and teens, despite the fact that rates of abuse and overdoses involving these drugs are rising in all age groups.
On-line global drug use survey which includes personal analysis and advice
The Global Drug Survey (GDS) may be the world's largest independent survey of it's type
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health report examines rates of under-age drinking in the US between 2008 and 2010.