NIDA Drug Facts

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The National Institute on Drug Abuse, part of the US National Institute of Health, maintains several drug fact sheets on their web site, fact sheets that are continuously updated to reflect the most current facts known about individual drugs—such as marijuana and cocaine—as well as nationwide trends in terms of abuse of drugs.

The following represents links to each of the current NIDA Drug Facts Sheets available to visitors to their web site. Even when they are updated, these links remain valid.

Fact Sheet on: Anabolic Steroids

Fact Sheet on: High School and Youth Trends

Fact Sheet on: Is Marijuana Addictive?

Fact Sheet on: Prescription and Over-the-Counter Medications

Fact Sheet on: Spice (Synthetic Marijuana)

Fact Sheet on: HIV/AIDS and Drug Abuse—Intertwined Epidemics

Fact Sheet on: Inhalants

Fact Sheet on: Lessons from Prevention Research

Fact Sheet on: Drug-Related Hospital Emergency Room Visits

Fact Sheet on: Nationwide Trends

Fact Sheet on: Understanding Drug Abuse and Addiction

Fact Sheet on: Comorbidity—Addiction and Other Mental Disorders

Fact Sheet on: Treatment Statistics

Fact Sheet on: Khat

Fact Sheet on: Drugged Driving

Fact Sheet on: MDMA (Ecstasy)

Fact Sheet on: Marijuana

Fact Sheet on: Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products

Fact Sheet on: Club Drugs (Including GHB, Ketamine, Rohypnol)

Fact Sheet on: Cocaine

Fact Sheet on: Heroin

Fact Sheet on: Methamphetamine

Fact Sheet on: Salvia

Fact Sheet on: Treatment Approaches for Drug Addiction

Fact Sheet on: Stimulant ADHD Medications

Fact Sheet on: Hallicinogens (LSD, Peyote, Psilocybin, PCP)

Fact Sheet on: Workplace Resources

Fact Sheet on: Treatment for Drug Abusers in the Criminal Justice System

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