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SOURCES: Virginia Cox, senior vice president, communications and strategic initiatives, Consumer Healthcare Products Association (CHPA), Washington D.C.

Hallie Deaktor, director of public affairs, the Partnership for a Drug-Free America, New York City.

Deborah Levine, MD, clinical assistant professor of pediatrics and emergency medicine, NYU Langone Medical Center.

Parents: The Anti-Drug web site, ''Suspect Your Teen is Using Drugs or Drinking?"

Reviewed by Roy Benaroch on October 09, 2016

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SOURCES: Virginia Cox, senior vice president, communications and strategic initiatives, Consumer Healthcare Products Association (CHPA), Washington D.C.

Hallie Deaktor, director of public affairs, the Partnership for a Drug-Free America, New York City.

Deborah Levine, MD, clinical assistant professor of pediatrics and emergency medicine, NYU Langone Medical Center.

Parents: The Anti-Drug web site, ''Suspect Your Teen is Using Drugs or Drinking?"

Reviewed by Roy Benaroch on October 09, 2016

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