Total Number of Clips: 8 Cumulative Est. Audience: 360,905 Cumulative Est. Publicity Value: $59,302 (Sum of Clip Totals)
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FOX 2 News Morning
WJBK (Fox)Detroit, MI DMA: 11
Nov 08 2010 8:23AM EST
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 138724
Est. Publicity Value: $3344 (30 Seconds) $40128 (Total)
56, on sunday, you don't see, we'll see temperatures even below average, but the morning lows continue to get warmer as the clouds approach. so, it won't be as chilly in the mornings especially on friday and saturday as we start out in the mid 40s. let's see what's cooking traffic wise. here is kevin. kevin:>> ank you. we had a disabled vehicle blocking traffic on i-94, westbound, a courtesy van pushed that to the side of the road. good news. i-96, eastbound, evergreen, that earlier accident was cleared but delays there. 275 northbound between will carleton and south hu huron n the construction zone as you expect. i-696 westbound between mound and southfield road, heavy traffic reported there. checking the "fox cam," i-96, east of beck road, we can see traffic is hinge thinned out there a bit. sill low on the eastbound lanes, than westbound, moving well. updating weather and traffic agn in a few minutes. q, back to you. >> thank you. >> the national institute on drug abuse is launching national drug facts week. this week long they'll talk about myths on drug abuse and providing facts on drug use and abuse. joing tuesday tell us more about it is dr. nora li -- will croft, thank you for having me here. >> thank you. >> national drug facts week, are you specifically targeting teens and if so, why just teens? >> yes, we're targeting teens because teens are the -- are the ones that are with the experimental and withdraw, we want to give them as much information objective about drug use so that they will know what they're doing and they understand. >> can you give us a sense of how bik of a problem this is? how many kids, teens out there are using drugs, has the number grown or decreased in recent years? >> the numbers are very high. you take alcohol more than 0% of teens in this country would have tried alcohol before the age of 18. approximately 40, 43% of them would have tried an illegal substance over their lifetime. those that are between 18 and 19. you see these are very large numbers. more than a third of them may have taken marijuana in the past month, these are unaccep unacceptably high, why are they taking drugs, is the drug taking increasing or decreasing, over the past three years we have seen a 10% increase in the rate of use of marijuana among teens which i is, of course, worry some and one of the reasons why we're allowing this first week ever, national drug facts week to provide teens the opportunity to ask objective questions about what drugs do and don't do. right. you mentioned marijuana. is it true that in a lot of cases kids aren't necessarily using illegal drugs, they're going to parents, relatives stash of prescribed pain killers and accessing drugs that way. >> yes, indeed. the number two most frequent use or abuse of drugs is prescription medication which pain killers, like vicodin or oxycontin is widely used, abuse among teens, for exampl example, just in numbers, close to one out of 10, 18 to 19-year-olds will have abused vicodin without the medical prescrtion in the past year. they do it because one of the belief ss that these are safer than illegal substances because after all, they're given by doctors. that's one of the myths that we want to shatter with this week. with bringing high school students the opportunity to ask questions to scientists about what drugs do in our brain and our bodies. arqunette:>> what is your advice for parents? obviously they are the gate keepers and kids sometimes will -- parents are the first step in preventing drug use and abuse. if you're a parent out there, you have a 13-year-old, what's your advice to the parents in what they should tell kids about it? how do you follow-up that advice? >> well, the first thing is you want parent to know what drugs do so that they can communicate the information also in an objective way to their teens. they shod open -- they should have an open communication with them so that the teenager doesn't feel threatened to go to him and ask them questions about drug use. they should observe and be alerted of the possibility that their children may take a drug because that's an age where you have the heightiest risk of experimentation, so, they can not just be complacent, they have to be alert. >> all right, thank you so much for joining us this morning. thank you for providing us with excellent advice and tip tips. we appreciate it. >> thank you for having me there. >> thank you. you're welcome. >> let's go to highland park and check in with al allen with good news for at least one lucky person in metro detroit. al:>> it certainly is. how about a winning lottery ticket purchased in an adult bookstore. a live report coming up.
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My40 This Morning
WMYA (CW)Greenville, SC DMA: 36
Nov 08 2010 9:41AM EST
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 1973
Est. Publicity Value: $24 (30 Seconds) $192 (Total)
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Take Five and Company
WZZM (ABC)Grand Rapids, MI DMA: 41
Nov 08 2010 9:31AM EST
Programming Type: Variety Entertainment
Est. Households/Views: 8601
Est. Publicity Value: $70 (30 Seconds) $700 (Total)
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KSNV 2010-11-08 12:44:00 UTC
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Wake Up with the Wagners
KSNV (NBC)Las Vegas, NV DMA: 42
Nov 08 2010 4:44AM PST
Programming Type: News
>> this week, the national institute on drug abuse will be looking into the problem in this country. especially amon now to talk more about this oblem is director of the institute, doctor nora volkow. window is from 4:40-4:50 am pstc-band galaxy 19tr 15dl 400v analogtrouble number is 212-967-6427 ext 5200 producer larryhere is the latest interview opportunity to monday, november 8th from 7- :00am(et) taking a look at ug abuse with the national stitute on drug abuse. the stitute is launching the augural national drug facts ek ( november 8-14th). this ek-long observance will atters the myths about drug use and provide teens with st the facts on drug use and use. recent statistics show at about a third of high hool senior report using an licit drug sometime in the st year, and more than ten rcent report drugs. however, ny teens are not fully aware the risks that drug use and use post to their health and ll-being. in this satellite rview, nida director dr. ra volkow who was recently med one of time magazine' op 100 people who shape our rld" will discuss drug use ong today's teens and how e popularity of the annual b chat sparked the creation national drug facts week. e will also talk about why 's important to shatter the ths about drug and drug use for teens and their ditional informationnational stitute on drug abuse unches national observance ths" about drug abuse and ovides teens facts' on drug e and abusethat about a ird of high school seniors port using an illicit drug ar, and more than ten rcent report abusing escription drugs. exposure these substances, many ens are not fully aware of e abuse pose to their health d well-being.a7 nearly 1 in high school seniors ported non-medical use of use of oxycontin a7 most gh school seniors who abused escription drugs got them r free from a friend or lativea7 21% of high school % drank alcohol in the past nthcool:with glossy magazine vers that flaunt drug-talk legalizing marijuana, it's wonder teens are confused. an effort to "shatter the ths" about drug abuse, the tional institute on drug use (nida) is launching the augural national drug 14th) to help educate day's youth on the dangers drug use. this week-long alth observancewill b rad cniti ssheen will-addiction is a disease of the man brain. during dr. volkow s been the recipient of ltiple awards, including her lection for institute of dicine in the national ademy of international prize om the french institute of alth and medical research r her pioneering work in ain imaging and addiction cently named one of time gazine's "top 100 people who ape our world" and was 20 ople to watch by newsweek gazine in its "who's next in 07" included in shingtonian magazine's 2009 st of the "100 most powerful nnovator of the year" by s. news & world suggested estions:1. how big of a oblem is drug use among ens? what drugs are mmonly abused?drug facts ek and how did it come about? what types of questions do ens have about drug use? at are some of the biggest where can people go to fid renfmaon- >> the ropes are deep in the heart of to lasso the cowboys coach
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Fox 7 News Edge in the Morning
KTBC (Fox)Austin, TX DMA: 44
Nov 08 2010 6:14AM CST
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 22276
Est. Publicity Value: $143 (30 Seconds) $2002 (Total)
let's check in with jennifer washington for a look at traffic. good morning, jennifer. 3 3 3 separating fact from fiction.... that's the hope of the national institute on drug abuse. they want to give an accurate account of drug use and abuse among american teenagers. joing us live from d-c is 3 3 3 3 3
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FOX 8 News at 8:00A
WGHP (Fox)Greensboro, NC DMA: 47
Nov 08 2010 8:46AM EST
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 53252
Est. Publicity Value: $346 (30 Seconds) $3460 (Total)
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WWL 2010-11-08 13:15:00 UTC
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Early Edition of Eyewitness News
WWL (CBS)New Orleans, LA DMA: 52
Nov 08 2010 7:15AM CST
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 99021
Est. Publicity Value: $727 (30 Seconds) $7270 (Total)
addictive and dangerous behavior. to get the word out, the national institute on drug abuse is launching national drug facts week. and joing us to highlight the myths is dr. nora volkow. and good morning. dr. volkow. good morning? dr-- >> yes, how are you? >> hi. glad you could join us. and you have been rated as one of the most influential people of our time for research into how the brain reacts to drugs. what do parents need to know about powerful drugs and their effects on the brain. >> all parents need to know that the greatest risk for drug experimentation is the teenage years. and they shld not become complacent. they actually have to be aware that there's a lot of peer pressure and wide availability of drugs for teenagers. >> how prevalent is drug use right now among teens? how prevalent is the usage among teens? >> unfortunately, it is very high in the united states and among high school students, 18 to 19-year-olds, more than 40% reports having abused an illicit substance in their lives. and more than one-third of them has reported using it in the past month. those numbers are very, very high. >> what are the myths that you are hoping to debunk this week. >> one of them is that marijuana is a benign drug that it does not produce addiction. marijuana can produce addiction and have adverse effects. number2, painkillers and stimulates or medications that help your sleep are not as dangerous because they are prescribed by physicians that is incorrect. these medications when used outside a medical context can be dangerous. >> so do youthink that if teens are aware of these facts that it will discourage them from using drugs? >> we know actually, we have been surveying that if kids have data and e aware of the dangers of a drug in an objective way, that will decrease the probability that they will take it. and that data has been shown for marijuana. >> and i think it's very interesting that the research you've done with the brain to determine how addictive these drugs can be. >> well, these studies have shown that there's significant differences between drugs. what we also know that every person is different. so even though a drug may be less addictive overall because of my genes i may be more as a rule herbal. there's diversity in the way the brain responds. if i have the genes, that makes me vulnerable for it, i'm at great risk. >> what's the best advice for the parents to keep kids drug free? >> the first line of defense against drug use is parents surveillance. and an open dialogue with the teenagers about the use of drugs, starting very early in childhood is probably one of the best prevention measures. do not become complacent. drug abuse does not discriminate and it can happen to any kid. >> thank you for joing us. >> thank you for having me.
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13WHAM News This Morning
WHAM16 (CW)Rochester, NY DMA: 81
Nov 08 2010 7:50AM EST
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 37058
Est. Publicity Value: $555 (30 Seconds) $5550 (Total)
Total Number of Clips: 8 Cumulative Est. Audience: 360,905 Cumulative Est. Publicity Value: $59,302 (Sum of Clip Totals)

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