Use of pep pills on the rise among students (1967) | RetroFocus

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  • ABC News (Australia) published this video item, entitled “Use of pep pills on the rise among students (1967) | RetroFocus” – below is their description.

    There was a concerning rise in the use of pep pills, or stimulants, among Victorian students in 1967. ABC reporter Peter Baster spoke to experts at the University of Melbourne to find out what pep pills were exactly, why people found them useful, and what the dangers of taking them may be.

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