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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.



Sex and Gender Differences of Importance to Addiction Science
NIDA
NIDA grantee Rajita Sinha discusses the importance of considering sex and gender differences while studying the causes and treatment of substance use disorders, including the differences between sex and gender; how stress affects men and women differently, and how various drugs can affect the sexes.

How to Tell if a Loved One is Abusing Opioids
Mayo Clinic
Dr. Holly Geyer, Addiction Medicine Specialist, Mayo Clinic - How to tell if a loved one is abusing opioids.

Why Addiction is a “Disease” and Why Is It Important
SAMHSA
This webcast, Why addiction is a “disease” and why it’s important, defines what is a disease and why it is important to emphasize addiction/substance use disorder (SUD) as a brain disease from a neurobiological perspective as well as from a biopsychosocial perspective. Discussion will also include that treatment is available and people can recover.

NIDA Emerging Drugs-Methylone and Molly
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA/NIH)
NIDA Community Epidemiology Work Group, Southern Florida Rep., Dr. James N. Hall of Nova Southeastern University gives insight on the emerging illicit drug, Molly.