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New Addiction on Campus: Raiding the medicine cabinet

  1. Euphoric
    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB120639877117160751.html?mod=yhoofront

Comments

  1. Orchid_Suspiria
    Well maybe if they would actually really teach kids about drugs instead of saying"Marijuana is evil!"from the start it wouldn't come to this.Then again opiates and amphetamines have long had their appeal.The people that wrote this article are acting as if this is something new.
  2. Paracelsus
    I've seen this "trend" described quite a few times before. Now these fictional pharm parties are apparently becoming popular among college students.
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