Adderall and Ritalin Abuse Video News Report

by TJ Chambers
(Kansas)




Adderall and Ritalin are dangerous drugs. They are stimulants just like the illegal drugs. They are in the same classification as cocaine.

Students are selling these pills to other students as is discussed in this Fox 5 news report. It is a crime to sell prescription drugs to someone other than the person it is prescribed to.

This is something that is on the rise.

Some see it as an advantage to take the pills for studying and taking tests.

If you don't believe me that this drug is dangerous for everyone, just watch how they position this drug in this video.

They position it on the same level as a highly addictive and illegal drug! This is known through the medical field.

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