In present times, the leading cause of death has been from overdose and abuse of prescription drugs. The most abused drug classes are narcotic pain killers, central nervous system depressants, and stimulants. An average of 6600 people a day start the use of non-medical use prescription drugs. To combat the abuse of drugs, the following series of drug prevention slogans have become popularized around the United States to raise awareness of drug abuse.
A healthy me is drug free.
Crack is whack.
Do a good deed and kill the weed.
Do dope, lose hope.
Do drugs control your life?
Drug free is the way to be.
Drugs cost you more than just money.
Drugs drag you down.
Drugs, you use you lose.
Get high on life, not on drugs.
Hand in hand, we stand against drugs.
Heroes stand up against drugs.
Hugs not drugs.
I rather eat bugs than do drugs.
If you aren’t drug free you can’t hang with me.
It is easier to stay off drugs than to get off drugs.
Just say no.
Life does not rewind, say no to drugs.
Life Yes. Drugs No!
Meth. not even once.
Parents. The anti drug.
Say No to drugs.
Shoot for the stars, not your arms.
Start clean. Stay clean. Be healthy.
Stop the madness.
Stop while you still can.
The best me is drug free.
There is no excuse for drug abuse.
Think before you start.
To smart to start.
Wasted, so is your life.
The following infographic outlines the statistics and facts of prescription drug abuse. The largest group of Americans overdosing on prescription drugs are between the ages of 35 and 44. An average of 40 people a day die from overdose.