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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|July 27, 2015||Volume 24, Issue 6||Past Month Alcohol Use Among U.S. 8th, 10th, and 12th Graders Continues to Decline; Approaching Levels of Marijuana Use|
|July 20, 2015||Volume 24, Issue 5||U.S. 8th and 10th Grade Students More Than Twice as Likely to Report Using E-Cigarettes as Tobacco Cigarettes in 2014|
|July 13, 2015||Volume 24, Issue 4||Percentage of National Treatment Admissions for Heroin at Highest Level; Admissions for Other Opiates May Be Leveling Off|
|June 1, 2015||Volume 24, Issue 3||Percentage of Washington, DC Adult Arrestees Testing Positive for Any Drug Declines to 27%; Cocaine Positives at 13%--Lowest on Record|
|May 18, 2015||Volume 24, Issue 2||New CDEWS Study Finds Synthetic Cannabinoids (SC) in Adults and Juveniles in Washington, DC, Denver and Tampa|
|March 4, 2015||Volume 24, Issue 1 (Rev.)||U.S. 12th Graders' Perceptions of Risk from Occasional Use of Marijuana Declines, Even as Perceived Risk from Synthetic Marijuana Rises|
|December 15, 2014||Volume 23, Issue 14||More Buprenorphine Than Methadone Reports in 2013 NFLIS|
|September 8, 2014||Volume 23, Issue 13||Study of Patients in a Midwestern Residential Treatment Program Finds 71% of Those Reporting Synthetic Cannabinoid Use Report Using to Avoid Positive Drug Test|
|July 17, 2014||Volume 23, Issue 12||Special Edition: NIH's National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Partners with CESAR to Establish the National Drug Early Warning System (NDEWS)|
|April 21, 2014||Volume 23, Issue 11||Majority of High School Students Who Are Infrequent Marijuana Users Say They Would Not Use If Marijuana Were Legal; Frequent Users More Likely to Report They Would Use as Often or More Often|