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NIDA. (2000, October 1). New Public Service Announcements Aimed at Youth and Their Parents. Retrieved from https://archives.drugabuse.gov/news-events/nida-notes/2000/10/new-public-service-announcements-aimed-youth-their-parents

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October 01, 2000

"Choice," immediately below, and "Bright" are two public service announcements featured in NIDA's new campaign titled "Keep your brain healthy. Don't use drugs." All three announcements are available in Spanish as well as English.

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"All kids can choose not to start using drugs. But some can't choose to stop."
"Drugs change what's in your head. They take over your mind."
"Make you do things that make no sense."
"When it comes to drugs, you've got to use your brain. Or drugs will use it for you."
"Addiction is a brain disease.

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"When people say you're bright, they mean you've got a lot going on up there."
"It's not something people who use drugs hear much, because over time, drugs can change their brain."
"And the more times they try drugs, the more they want them. It's called addiction. And it's a disease that will waste your brain."
"Do the right thing. Do the bright thing. Keep your brain healthy. Don't use drugs."

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