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One Pill Can Kill

"Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Bring It On" actress Clare Kramer guest-hosts this episode and speaks with Wendy Woolcock of the Drug Enforcement Administration and Amy McCarthy of Boston Children's Hospital about how just two milligrams of fentanyl in a fake pill -- i.e. an amount equivalent to several pieces of salt or sugar on the end of a pencil tip -- is enough to kill an individual.

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Preventing Drug Misuse Among College Students (Part 2)

Jodie speaks with the Drug Enforcement Administration's Senior Prevention Program Manager Rich Lucey and others about how to choose a school that is serious about substance use prevention.

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Preventing Drug Misuse Among College Students (Part 1)

Jodie speaks with the Drug Enforcement Administration's Senior Prevention Program Manager Rich Lucey and others about the four main reasons students experiment with drugs and how college presents new opportunities for drug use.

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Marijuana Use and It's Impact

Marijuana Use and Its Impact | Fact Check

Recovery advocate and mother Carleah Summers walks you through the makeup of marijuana, mental health and motor control problems caused by its use, and more.

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Watch: 'Awkward Conversations' Podcast Series

The Drug Enforcement Administration is pleased to announce the next installment of its collaboration with the Elks Drug Awareness Program.

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Take a Tour of CampusDrugPrevention.gov's Newly Redesigned Site!

In this video, Rich Lucey, a senior prevention program manager in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Community Outreach and Prevention Support Section, takes users on a virtual tour through the new redesigned CampusDrugPrevention.gov website.

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"Know the Signs" Video PSA

The University of Kentucky won first place in the 2021 Red Ribbon Week Campus Video PSA Contest. For the top prize, the school was awarded a plaque and $5,000 to support campus prevention efforts.

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"U Can" Video PSA

Towson University in Towson, Maryland won second place in the 2021 Red Ribbon Week Campus Video PSA Contest and $3,000 to support the school’s prevention efforts.

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"Challenge the Perceptions We See" Video PSA

North Dakota State College of Science won first place in the 2020 Red Ribbon Week Campus PSA Contest.

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"Little Monsters" Video PSA

The University of Miami won first place in the 2020 Red Ribbon Week Campus PSA Contest.