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August 1, 2022 50 min

To use or not to use? That is the question! This back-to-school episode explores the opportunity for parents and caregivers to support their kids in making "One Choice" not to use substances (alcohol, marijuana, nicotine and beyond) now and as they start a new school year. Find out how many kids choose not to use today versus when parents were in high school (you’ll be surprised). Also hear from Dr. Caroline Dupont and Corinne Shea of The Institute for Behavior and Health (IBH) as they discuss the rationale behind, and benefits of, choosing not to use.

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