CESAR FAX (1992 to present)
CESAR FAX provides a weekly, one-page overview of timely substance abuse trends or issues. More than 6,000 subscribers receive the CESAR FAX via email each Monday morning, including Federal and State policymakers; prevention specialists; treatment and health care providers; law enforcement officials; researchers and academicians; and media representatives.
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|March 10, 2014||Volume 23, Issue 9||While Declining, Marijuana Remains Drug Most Commonly Detected Among D.C. Juvenile Arrestees; 1% or Less Test Positive for Cocaine or PCP|
|March 3, 2014||Volume 23, Issue 8||Rate of Poison Center Calls for Unintentional Pediatric Marijuana Exposures More Than Tripled in States That Decriminalized Marijuana Before 2005|
|February 24, 2014||Volume 23, Issue 7||Use of Alcohol, Cigarettes, and Marijuana Before Age 16 Associated with Higher Rates of Substance Use Dependence|
|February 17, 2014||Volume 23, Issue 6||Six-State Study Finds Drugs Other Than Alcohol Increasingly Detected in Fatally Injured Drivers; Cannabinoids Most Prevalent Other Drug Detected|
|February 10, 2014||Volume 23, Issue 5||Maryland Community Services Locator (MDCSL) Connects Inmates to Post-Release Services|
|February 3, 2014||Volume 23, Issue 4||Percentage of U.S. 12th Graders Who Perceive a Great Risk of Regular Marijuana Use at Lowest Level Since 1978|
|January 27, 2014||Volume 23, Issue 3||Marijuana Use by U.S. 12th Graders Increases Even as Alcohol and Cigarette Use Continue to Decline|
|January 13, 2014||Volume 23, Issue 2||Alcohol and Marijuana Most Prevalent Drugs Used by U.S. 12th Graders; Use of Bath Salts and Heroin Extremely Rare|
|January 6, 2014||Volume 23, Issue 1||CESAR FAX 2013 Bound and Indexed Volume Now Available|
|December 16, 2013||Volume 22, Issue 49||Two-Thirds of U.S. Residents Who First Started Using Drugs in the Past Year Began with Marijuana; 26% Started with Nonmedical Use of Prescription Drugs, Primarily Pain Relievers|