The World Health Organisation defines a drug as any substance other than food, water or oxygen that enters the body and changes the way it works. This fast-paced program considers a range of drugs - legal and illegal - that are available to young people. Real Smart looks at chocolate, coffee, soft drinks and prescription medicines as well as several illegal drugs, and considers: * The difference between using drugs for medical or recreational reasons * Which drugs are legal or illegal? * Which drugs are harmful? * Which drugs are most accessible to young people? The program includes comments from Professor Margaret Hamilton, Director of Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre as well as several dramatised scenarios of situations where young people might try legal drugs. Real Smart is both humorous and engaging, yet deals seriously with the subject in a way younger students will relate to.