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Marijuana and Pregnancy DFAF, Pregnancy, Infographics
What Educators Should Know About Marijuana Infographics, educators, Brain, youth, charts

KNOW YOUR A,B,C,D’s   …  Absent, Behavior, Course Grade = Drugs

Educators Infographics Infographics, educators
Inforgraphics for Educators Infographics, high school, School, academics
Addiction- Infographics addiction, Infographics
#AAADriveSober AAA, Infographics
Marijuana and teen brain Infographics, NIDA
Marijuana and Driving driving, Infographics
24 Mind-Blowing Facts About Marijuana Production in America Infographics, Environment, motherjones

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Marijuana use doubles usage, perception, Infographics
Marijuana- Newborns and Pregnancy Infographics, Pregnancy
Today’s Heroin Epidemic Infographics CDC, Infographics, heroin, opioid

Heroin use is part of a larger substance abuse problem.

Nearly all people who used heroin also used at least 1 other drug. Most used at least 3 other drugs.
Heroin is a highly addictive opioid drug with a high risk of overdose and death for users.
People who are addicted to…


Alcohol are 2 times more likely to become addicted to heroin.
Marijuana are 3 times more likely to become addicted to heroin.
Cocaine are 15 times more likely to become addicted to heroin..
Prescription opioid painkillers are 40 times more likely to become addicted to heroin.
SOURCE: National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), 2011-2013.

Which is worse? Alcohol or Pot alcohol, Infographics
Alcohol and Marijuana- Infographic alcohol, Infographics
Infogragraphics- Marijuana Report Infographics
ATTC- Marijuana and the Body ATTC, Infographics
ATTC Marijuana Infographic Overall Statistics ATTC, Infographics


Money influences election outcomes legalization, follow the money, Infographics, elections

How Marijuana Affects the Brain Infographics, Brain, youth

“It’s a natural plant! What’s the big deal?” —A common declaration among youth who believe that the effects of marijuana are harmless and that the substance shouldn’t be regulated.  Regardless of public opinion, the science is clear:  Regular recreational use of marijuana during adolescence is harmful to the brain, which isn’t fully developed until the age of 25.

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