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Talking to Your Kids About Prescription Drug Abuse: Not Worth the Risk (for Parents)

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This brochure gives practical advice to parents talking with teens about the dangers of prescription drug misuse, highlighting symptoms and risks.

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SMA12-4676B1
Publication Date
December 2012
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