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Tips for Teens: The Truth About Heroin

Tips for Teens: The Truth About Heroin

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Informs teens about the dangers of heroin, including short- and long-term health risks and ways the drug affects the brain. Details signs of use, statistics about teen use of heroin, and answers questions about common myths. Lists slang terms for heroin.

Pub id: PHD860
Publication Date: 12/2008
Popularity: 38
Format: Brochure
Audience: Adolescents as Audience, Young Adults as Audience
Series: Tips for Teens
Population Group: Young Adults as Population Group

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