Literature review on drug abuse

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Literature review on substance abuse

Screening for drug abuse among medical and nonmedical users of prescription drugs in a probability sample of college students.

Results from a new internet survey show that college students who take prescription drugs for nonmedical reasons are more likely to abuse alcohol and other illicit drugs.

Concurrently, those who claimed to use prescription drugs for both medical and nonmedical reasons were five times more likely.

The researchers encourage healthcare providers to regularly screen college students for both prescription and illicit drug use.

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Alcohol use and abuse among four ethnic groups in hawaii: native hawaiians, japanese, filipinos, and caucasians.

Hui malama o ke kai: mobilizing to prevent youth violence and substance abuse with passion, common goals, and culture.

Alcohol, tobacco, other drug use, and violent behavior among native hawaiians: ethnic pride and resilience.

Initial assessment of a culturally tailored substance abuse prevention program and applicability of the risk and protective model for adolescents of hawai'i.

Tobacco use and dependence in asian american and pacific islander adolescents: a review of the literature.

Speech department, university of hawai‘i at mānoa, and the alcohol & drug abuse division (adad), department of health, state of hawai‘i; honolulu, hi: 1999.

Community risk and resiliency factors related to drug use of rural native hawaiian youth: an exploratory study.

Ka leo o nā keiki: the 2003 hawaii student alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use study (1987–2003) hawai‘i department of health, alcohol and drug abuse division; honolulu, hi: 2004.

A practical framework for evaluating a culturally tailored adolescent substance abuse treatment programme in molokai, hawaii.

Alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use among asian american and pacific islander adolescents in california and hawaii.