What's New at CDAS
November 1, 2009:
College students' use of unprescribed ADHD medication and other substance use
A recent report by the Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies found that college students using ADHD medication without a prescription were more likely to use other substances. Students using the prescription medication without a prescription were more likely to binge drink, smoke marijuana, use prescription painkillers, and several other controlled substances. The full report has been published through the Delaware Drug and Alcohol Tracking Alliance and is available through the link below.