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#ICYMI: Underage & problem drinking #prevention is working! ✅ Check out SAMHSA’s data visualizations designed to encourage conversations 💬 between parents & youth, while inspiring community efforts to prevent underage alcohol use. Learn more now ➡️fal.cn/3hEWQ8e
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NIDA Deputy Director Wilson Compton co-authors an @American_Heart presidential advisory on opioid use & its relationship to cardiovascular disease and brain health. View approaches for addressing #PainManagement, #overdose and more. loom.ly/UDDOcpo #NIDAscience @CircAHA
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After losing a son, they’re helping people in addiction — and calling for treatment reforms - The Philadelphia Inquirer inquirer.com/life/opioid-cr… via @googlenews
#DYK drinking as a teen could interfere with normal brain development and increases the risk of developing an alcohol use disorder later in life? So, avoiding alcohol as a teen means investing in a healthier future as an adult. Get more #TipsForTeens ⤵️ fal.cn/3hwuP
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As #teens get ready to go #BackToSchool, many may have questions about #drugs and health. Use NIDA’s “Start a Conversation” resource to talk about drugs and health. loom.ly/Lm6xo0c
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Recognizing the Human Need for Community Is Essential in Addiction Treatment - University of Virginia news.virginia.edu/content/recogn… via @googlenews
While there is no one-size-fits-all solution for helping a family member who's drinking too much, using drugs, or dealing with a mental illness, research shows that family support can play a major role in helping a loved one. Learn more ⤵️ fal.cn/3hj4c
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Preventive interventions delivered to school-aged children can head off the onset of #SubstanceUse & other problem behaviors during adolescence. A NIDA-funded study suggests that such benefits can even be passed on to the next generation. loom.ly/3LejqRw #NIDAscience
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Drug Abuse Peaks After 50 Year War on Drugs addictioncenter.com/news/2021/07/d…
The new #TalkTheyHearYou mobile app is here to help you talk with your kids about alcohol and other drugs. Use the app’s practice feature to make sure you are confident and prepared ✅ before starting the conversation. Download today 📲fal.cn/3h44vD9
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New NIDA-funded study in @TheLancet finds 1.5M+ children around the world lost at least 1 caregiver due to #COVID19 in the first 14 months of the pandemic. Strategies to help children cope w/ trauma urgently needed for #MentalHealth. loom.ly/pF5vBUs #NIDAscience #NIDAnews
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Words matter: language can reduce mental health and addiction stigma - National Institutes of Health nih.gov/news-events/ne… via @googlenews
Exciting news! We've teamed up with @dosomething to create a new youth program called Why We Should Care, and we're excited to kick it off with the support of @avamichelle2002 from @netflix's #TallGirl! Check out the new PSA! 📽️⭐️youtube.com/watch?v=rB0kU9…GO
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While spending time with your kids this summer ☀️ be sure to talk with them about the dangers of alcohol and other drugs . It’s never too early to start the conversation. #TalkTheyHearYou ▶️
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According to the findings of a recent study, #binge and high intensity #drinking at age 29/30 were predictors of having symptoms of #alcohol use disorder (AUD) at age 35. Read more: go.usa.gov/x6u3m
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US overdose deaths hit record 93,000 in pandemic last year apnews.com/article/overdo…
Have you downloaded the new #TalkTheyHearYou 💬 mobile app? The new app helps parents get informed, be prepared, and take action ✅ when it comes to preventing underage drinking and other drug use. Learn more �fal.cn/3gGp66vw
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NIDA-funded study: smoking #menthol cigarettes prior to a quit attempt decreased chances of staying smoke free for a year by 53%. Switching from menthol cigarettes before a quit attempt nearly doubled chances of success. loom.ly/5IbPR0Q #NIDAscience
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NIH director: Access to opioid addiction treatment is lagging in the pandemic axios.com/coronavirus-op…
As your young adult finishes high school & gets ready for the next step👣 talk with them about the risks of#UnderageDrinkingg & how it can affect their body, 🧠mind, & future. Check out our NEW After High School Guide & start the 💬 conversations today fal.cn/3gsON0kBe
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Interested in videos about the science behind addiction? Subscribe to the @nidanih YouTube channel for interviews with substance use and addiction experts, hot topic Q&As, informational videos, and more from NIDA! loom.ly/l-SAHXY
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The Opioid Crisis Hit Schools Hard. Now They Want Drug Companies to Pay Up edweek.org/policy-politic…
The new “Talk. They Hear You.” mobile app 📲 is here to help parents and caregivers, educators, and community members talk with kids about alcohol and other drugs. Download the 🆓 app today to start the conversation.fal.cn/3gmFNcN3
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Help teens learn to use healthy coping strategies to build resilience in response to challenging circumstances and events. Check out these mindfulness activities: loom.ly/v6JG6NA #NIDAteens
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He Lost Nearly Everything To Addiction. Then An Arrest Changed His Life npr.org/2021/06/19/100…
Show your kids you care about their safety this summer ☀️ by talking with them about the consequences of #UnderageDrinking and other drug use. Visit #TalkTheyHearYou 💬 for conversation resources ➡️ fal.cn/3g2OXkt
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Teens asked, “Why do people take drugs when they know they’re bad?” Repeated drug use can lead to changes in the brain that make it hard to stop using them, even when people want to stop. Find out more and see additional Q&As: loom.ly/IV-ySBY
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'My Son Suffers from Drug Addiction, It Nearly Destroyed Our Family' - Newsweek newsweek.com/im-parent-addi… via @googlenews
The new #TalkTheyHearYou mobile app helps you get informed, be prepared, and take action ✅ when it comes to preventing underage drinking and other drug use. Learn more about the app 📲 fal.cn/3fUqQk
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Teachers: By supporting teens in developing healthy coping skills, you can set them up for success in dealing with stress and challenging circumstances in the future. loom.ly/zsRaYAM #NIDAteens
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Counter Narcotics chief: Public awareness key to curbing fentanyl-related overdose deaths - Savannah Morning News savannahnow.com/story/opinion/… via @googlenews
As graduation 🎓 approaches, help your teens succeed wherever they may go next.#TalkTheyHearYouu 💬 has the tips you need to start talking with your kids abou#UnderageDrinkingng and other drug use ➡fal.cn/3fMBHW46
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The deadly opioid epidemic is getting worse. It must not be forgotten. - The Washington Post washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-d… via @googlenews
#Cocaine increases levels of the natural chemical messenger dopamine in the #brain. This flood of dopamine in the brain’s reward circuit strongly reinforces drug-taking behaviors. Learn more about how cocaine affects the brain: loom.ly/kG8TYBM
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💚 You're not alone. Help is available. 24/7/365 confidential support and treatment options are available to ANYONE struggling with their#MentalHealthh 💚 Help yourself & share to help otherfal.cn/3fz7ZmO #MentalHealthMontht#MentalHealthAwarenessMonthtEK
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America's addiction treatment misses the mark axios.com/americas-addic…
Physical activity can help reduce stress. In honor of #MentalHealthMonth, NIDA Director Dr. Nora Volkow shares that she copes with #stress by walking on the beach when she can! #NIHCopeWithStress
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There are always things we can do to strengthen our #MentalHealth and support others. Let's take #MentalHealthAction to encourage and empower everyone to take the next step from awareness to action on mental health! fal.cn/3fuFo
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No one has to battle addiction alone - Sentinel & Enterprise sentinelandenterprise.com/2021/05/19/no-… via @googlenews
A7: Remember you don't have to be a #mentalhealth professional to #BeThere for someone else. Visit bethe1to.com to learn the 5 action steps you can take to better support your friends & family during COVID-19 and beyond. #MHMCovid twitter.com/vibrantforall/…
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Teens often want to know what the "worst" drug is. The answer is complicated. Use NIDA's "Start A Conversation" resource to talk about drug use. loom.ly/JliwSAs
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San Antonio Salvation Army’s rehabilitation program helps man overcome his addiction, become a store manager - KSAT San Antonio ksat.com/news/local/202… via @googlenews
May is #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth — a great time to check in on yourself & loved ones. If you or someone in your life needs help, confidential support & treatment, there are options available. 💚 Help yourself & share to help others:fal.cn/3f69BK #MentalHealthMonthhP
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‘The Drug Became His Friend’: Pandemic Drives Hike in Opioid Deaths nytimes.com/2020/09/29/hea…
#Teachers: Support teens in developing healthy coping skills & set them up for success in dealing with stress. For National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day, use these activities to promote teens’ mental and emotional health. loom.ly/25wCPw8 #NCMHAD #NIDAteens
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As #AlcoholAwarenessMonth comes to an end, make sure your family understands each other’s expectations about alcohol and other drugs. Take the pledge to keep each other safe and healthy with #TalkTheyHearYou 💬fal.cn/3f5dbkQ
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Column: Once homeless and addicted, these women see a way out - Los Angeles Times latimes.com/california/sto… via @googlenews
To help you start a conversation about drugs, NIDA compiled 10 of teens’ frequently asked questions about drugs and health from more than 118,000 queries received. Teens asked, "Is vaping bad for you even if it’s just flavoring?" Find the answer here: loom.ly/-o7GX2c
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They lost their brothers to addiction. Now they're tackling deadly stigmas head on. latimes.com/entertainment-…
Family members may be more likely to notice when their loved ones are experiencing changes in mood or behavior. Families can offer support by connecting those in need with treatment, resources, and services to begin and stay on their recovery journey ⤵️ fal.cn/3eYwL
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