“What is the most common two-drug combination that results in death?”

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“What is the most common two-drug combination that results in death?”

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The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) asks this question and 11 others in their 2014 National Drug IQ Challenge. Take their mini quiz and then come back and check out our Training and Education section to see what other facts we can teach you about drug abuse and mental health issues.

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