Antidrug Ads Ineffective, Psychologists Contend

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Antidrug ads, which the federal government plans to spend $145 million to produce this year, do little to dissuade young people from taking drugs, say psychology professors at Texas State University at San Marcos. The Houston Chronicle reports that the ads may prompt some teens to experiment with drugs. The study was funded by the
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