MATERNAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT  
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Substance Abuse and Treatment

PREMATURE BABYCOCAINE USE

Steroid Use Can Cause Irreversible Biological Effects

Recent data from NIDA's "Monitoring the Future Survey" shows that teenagers' use and attitudes about anabolic steroids are going in a negative direction. According to NIDA, more than half a million 8th and 10th grade students are currently using anabolic steroids, along with a rising number of high school seniors who do not think the drugs are dangerous.

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The Maternal Substance Abuse and Child Development Study is under the direction of Claire D. Coles Ph.D., with the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, Emory University School of Medicine. For more information, please contact: Claire D. Coles: ccoles@emory.edu ; Karen K. Howell: khowell@emory.edu

 
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