The Partnership at Drugfree.org and the ONDCP's 'Above the Influence' (ATI) youth campaign have recently launched a national challenge that calls on teens to share their ideas for the next ATI commercial encouraging the American youth to stay “above the influence' of drugs, alcohol, and other risky behaviours.
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American researchers analysed discussion of Adderall on Twitter to identify variations in volume around college exam periods and differences across sets of colleges and universities in the US.
A growing number of college students are using the ADHD medication Adderall to give them an academic edge, and they’re tweeting about it.
This report presents key findings from the Monitoring the Future 2012 on adolescent drug use in the US.
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.
This article reviews a study that investigates if local tobacco policies (e.g., clean air laws) affect the relationship between tobacco outlet density and youth smoking.
Concerns have been raised in Ghana about excessive alcohol ads on TV and radio that may encourage alcohol consumption amongst young people.
Reverend Joseph Bosomah, Acting Chairman of the Central Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, recently expressed his concern about the excessive alcohol ads on television and radio in the country.
EUCAM's first online conference on the subject of digital alcohol marketing will take place on 31 October and will result in the publication of the EUCAM Manifesto on Digital Alcohol Marketing.
The “Above the Influence” campaign is launching two NEW youth activities designed to raise awareness of the added risks and challenges youth face during this time of the year (alcohol, drugs and other risky behaviour).