1) Popping Pills It used to be that parents locked the liquor cabinet to deter teenagers from sampling. Today, the medicine cabinet may be a bigger concern. As many as one in six teens has misused prescription pain medication, and one in 10 has taken prescription stimulants or tranquilizers illegally, according to a recent tracking study by the Partnership for a Drug Free America. "This is going on in the face of declining use of tobacco, alcohol and illicit drugs among adolescents," Tom ...

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