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Test Your Knowledge
A youth friendly Web site with an interactive application that highlights how various illicit drugs affect the body. Learn about the physical effects "Url" (an eyeball) experiences when he tries various illicit drugs. Source: Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse.
- Street Drugs
An interactive application on how various illicit drugs affect the body. Source: National Institute on Drug Abuse, Office of National Drug Control Policy
- Mouse Party
University of Utah - An interactive game that takes a look inside the brain of mice on illicit drugs. Mouse Party provides a small glimpse into the chemical interactions at the synaptic level that cause the drug user to feel 'high'.
- Above the Influence
An interactive application and quiz on the effects of marijuana on your brain.
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