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Prevention Plus Wellness Celebrates 10 Years Promoting Healthy Youth Lifestyles with Special BOGO Offer

Prevention Plus Wellness is celebrating 10 years of providing practical evidence-based and evidence-informed substance use prevention programs and training to prevention and health specialists that promote youth and young adult physical activity and healthy behaviors. To celebrate this milestone, we’ll be offering various special discounts and events throughout the new year. To kick things off, throughout January we are providing a Buy One Get One (BOGO) free offer on all of our programs. This includes

Teen E-Cigarette Use Doubles Since 2017

Data from the 2019 Monitoring the Future Survey of 8th, 10th and 12th graders show alarmingly high rates of e-cigarette use compared to just a year ago, with rates doubling in the past two years. The Monitoring the Future Survey analyses the drug and alcohol use and related attitudes among adolescent students in the US. The increase in e-cigarette use amongst young people is raising a concern about the potential lasting damage vaping can do

Cannabis Legalization, Tobacco Prevention Policies, and Cannabis Use in E-Cigarettes among Youth

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Nicksic, N. E., Do, E. K., & Barnes, A. J. (2019). Cannabis legalization, tobacco prevention policies, and cannabis use in e-cigarettes among youth. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 206(2020). doi: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2019.107730
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With the rise in e-cigarette use among youth and the ease to conceal marijuana use in e-cigarettes, identifying an association between youth marijuana use in e-cigarettes and marijuana legalization policies has important public health implications considering the changing marijuana landscape and the harms of marijuana use on adolescent development.

Prevention of Drug Abuse and HIV for Students in Sri Lanka

Prevention of drug abuse and HIV for G.C.E A/L students have conducted a prevention program on drug abuse and HIV for the G.C.E A/L students of the Kalmunai zone with the permission of the Education Ministry of Srilanka. The program was conducted by the Lions Club and the Rotary Club. Delegates from the National Dangerous Drugs Control Board and Alcohol and Drug Information Center participated as the resource personals. This is the 18th program of