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Study: More College Students Relying on Prescription Drugs

According to Substance Abuse Researchers at the University of Michigan, more college students are relying on prescription drugs to get their work done.
According to Substance Abuse Researchers at the University of Michigan, more college students are relying on prescription drugs to get their work done.

The most common so-called "study drugs" are ADHD medications like Adderall or Ritalin. It's estimated about 30 percent of students use these drugs for non-medical reasons.

This isn't a new study. A national report from 2009, found full-time students were twice as likely to use perscription drugs than part-time students.
 
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