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We Asked, You Answered: How Often do You Talk to Your Children About Drugs and Alcohol?

For many parents, regularly talking to their children about addictive substances can be challenging. With this in mind, we asked our readers, “How often do you talk to your children about drugs and alcohol?

While nearly one-third of respondents said they talk to their kids about this important topic every week, the most common response was never, which received 40 percent of the votes.

New Report Assesses the Risks and Benefits of Non-Cigarette Nicotine Products

This week, The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse published a new report, Beyond Cigarettes: The Risks of Non-Cigarette Nicotine Products and Implications for Tobacco Control, which provides the most current information available about the use of a range of non-cigarette nicotine products, including e-cigarettes, hookah, pipes, cigars, little cigars, and smokeless tobacco. 

Brian Primack, MD, PhD, Discusses the Harmful Trend of Vaping at CASAColumbia’s Addiction Speaker Series

Before the introduction of e-cigarettes to the U.S. market in 2007, a series of enormously successful public health initiatives significantly reduced the rate of cigarette smoking. These initiatives also increased negative attitudes toward tobacco and nicotine products among young people in the U.S. But the introduction of e-cigarettes may be beginning to reverse this trend.

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