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You're in Control: Using Prescription Medicine Responsibly: Not Worth the Risk (for College Students)

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This poster describes for college students the dangers of misusing prescription drugs and over-the-counter drugs. It offers tips for securing these substances, and coping with the stress and pressure of college demands.

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SMA12-4678B3
Publication Date
December 2012
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