*No new data available.
Percentage of students who had five or more drinks of alcohol
in a row, that is, within a couple of hours, during the past 30 days.
SCHEDULE 2 (CLASS 2) DRUGS have a high potential
for abuse and dependence, an accepted medical use, and the potential for severe
addiction. These drugs include opioids based on high dose codeine, Fentanyl,
and Oxycodone as well as Methamphetamine and the Barbiturates; also included
are such drugs as opium, morphine. Adderall is even included in this
category under "mixed amphetamine salts".
The main difference between a Schedule, or Class, 1 and 2 is
whether or not the drug is deemed to have a valid medical application.
SCHEDULE 3 (CLASS 3) DRUGS have a lower potential for abuse
than drugs in the first two categories, accepted medical use, and mild to moderate
possible addiction. These drugs include steroids, Low-dose Codeine, and