Although elementary-aged children may understand that taking drugs is dangerous, they may not know how to reject peer pressure to try an illegal substance. This videos emphasis is on the dangers of drugs in the body. Using true-to-life situations students are likely to encounter, this video provides realistic methods young people can use to prevent taking what could be their first step on the path to drug addiction. The program explains the difference between taking psychoactive drugs under a doctor’s supervision, and taking drugs with no supervision. It shows, in a clear step-by-step explanation, the evolution from occasional use to addiction, and warns that, in some cases, an individual may become addicted immediately. This video will make anyone think about or reconsider their decision to abuse drugs and alcohol. (Drunk Driving, Tobacco) Running Length – 12 min.