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Teen Drug Use: 2014 Monitoring The Future Survey Results
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA/NIH)
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) University of Michigan at Ann Arbor Professor, Dr. Lloyd Johnston and Senior Researcher Dr. Richard Miech, discuss 2014 Monitoring the Future research and results on teen drug use.



NPW 2017: Suicide and Substance Use in Young People
SAMHSA
NPW 2017: Suicide and Substance Use in Young People” provides an overview on the relationship between suicide and substance use among young people, and includes best practices in prevention and intervention.

Are We Feeding Early Puberty
Lee Memorial Health System
Experts call it precocious puberty. Girls are maturing faster than in years past.



Is My High School Student Ready for College? (And Is My College Student Ready to Go Back?)
HelpforADHD
In this webinar learn how high students can show their parents that they are ready for college. We will explore different situations such as handling their own medication. We will also discuss options for students who are not yet ready and how they can use the extra time at home to help prepare them. Both parents of students preparing for college and parents of college students on a break will leave with strategies to move forward.

Let’s talk about depression – focus on adolescents and young adults
World Health Organization (WHO)
Depression affects people of all ages, from all walks of life, in all countries. At worst, depression can lead to suicide, now the second leading cause of death among 15-29-year olds. This short video, focusing on depression among adolescents and young adults, highlights some of the symptoms of depression and the importance of talking as the first step towards getting help.