Teen drug use

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Lexington Books, 1986 - Law - 243 pages
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Leading experts provide rational, thoughtful answers to the questions asked by concerned parents and teachers as to why teenagers take drugs. This critical book reviews symptoms, treatment, types of drugs and users, as well as legal consequences. Includes prevention information along with advice to parents onworking with their children.

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Drugs and Their Effects on Adolescent Users
Getting Busted for Drugs
Young Black Marijuana Dealers

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GEORGE M. BESCHNER, a THI Senior Research Associate, is Principal Investigator of two drug abuse research projects: a national epidemiology study of drug abuse patterns and trends, and quick response studies to address policy issues.