Let’s face it: drugs are a part of our lives. People use them to prolong their health, to combat severe illnesses, and to have a good time on the weekends. Prescription medication, while intended for the greater good, has also created a world of illicit use that has taken the collegiate world by storm. Specifically, the performance-enhancing medication Adderall has seen widespread abuse on college campuses. Two students in every elementary classroom have a prescription for ADHD, and this trails long into adulthood: 40% of college students abuse their ADHD prescriptions, and 9 out of 10 students who misuse ADHD drugs also binge drink. While Adderall provides quietude for people who have problems focusing, it is also a gateway to abuse. This graphic was created to explore and learn stuff about the statistics surrounding the abuse of Adderall in educational environments.
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