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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|May 13, 2013||Volume 22, Issue 19||Alcohol-Involved Fatal Crashes More Likely to Occur on Weekends and at Nighttime; Drug-Involved Fatal Crashes Likely to Occur Anytime|
|May 6, 2013||Volume 22, Issue 18||U.S. High School Students Report Relaxation, Having Fun, and Feeling Good as Top Reasons for Misusing Prescription Drugs|
|April 29, 2013||Volume 22, Issue 17||Synthetic Marijuana Third Most Reported Substance Used by U.S. High School Students|
|April 22, 2013||Volume 22, Issue 16||Number of Unintentional Opioid Analgesic Deaths Continue to Increase; Benzodiazepine-Related Unintentional Deaths Now Surpass Cocaine|
|April 15, 2013||Volume 22, Issue 15||Unintentional Drug Overdose Deaths in U.S. Continue to Increase; Approaching Motor Vehicle Traffic Accidents as Primary Cause of Unintentional Deaths|
|April 8, 2013||Volume 22, Issue 14||Slightly More Than One-Half of Physicians Offer Advice to Teenagers Regarding Drinking, Smoking, or Drug Use at Routine Checkups|
|April 1, 2013||Volume 22, Issue 13||Arrest Rate for Drug Abuse Violations Decreases for Fifth Year in a Row|
|March 25, 2013||Volume 22, Issue 12||Number of Energy Drink-Related Emergency Department Visits Doubles from 2007 to 2011; Health Experts Ask FDA to Limit Caffeine Content in Energy Drinks|
|March 18, 2013||Volume 22, Issue 11||Decline in Past Month Alcohol Use Among U.S. 8th Graders Reaches Record Low; Decline Among 10th and 12th Graders May Have Stalled|
|March 11, 2013||Volume 22, Issue 10||Majority of U.S. Emergency Department Visits Involving Synthetic Cannabinoids Involve No Other Substances|