Teens Turn to Prescription Drugs to Get High According to a study by the Partnership For A Drug-Free America, drug-using teens are turning away from the street dealer and toward the family medicine cabinet in search of their next high. Madeleine Brand talks to Carol Falkowski of Research Communications, a nationally recognized alcohol and drug treatment center.
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Teens Turn to Prescription Drugs to Get High

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Teens Turn to Prescription Drugs to Get High

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Teens Turn to Prescription Drugs to Get High

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According to a study by the Partnership For A Drug-Free America, drug-using teens are turning away from the street dealer and toward the family medicine cabinet in search of their next high. Madeleine Brand talks to Carol Falkowski of Research Communications, a nationally recognized alcohol and drug treatment center.