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Success for Crystal Meth Drug Addict on YouTube

TROIS-RIVIERES, Quebec, June 19 /PRNewswire/ -- According to Narconon Trois-Rivieres, crystal methamphetamine (more commonly referred to as crystal meth) is a drug known to cause severe addiction problems. The side effects associated with crystal meth consumption are blatantly devastating: the...

Ex-drug Addict has set up Support System for Drug Victims

A former drug addict from Manipur has set up a support system for victims of substance abuse to "care and support the dying and to rescue the perishing".// K. Gouchinkhup, 31, an injection drug user (IDU) since his high-school days, said: "A sense of curiosity and peer pressure led me to take ...

Party Pill Makes People Addict – Research Find

Doctors warn the number of New Zealanders who take party pills in higher doses as a new trend. Some manufacturers and authorities argued taking// party pills escape people from taking drugs. Nearly 20% of 13-45 years aged people have used the pill atleast once – says researchers commissioned by...

Just One Puff Make Teenagers Addict

A study conducted by Cancer Research UK says 'Teens who tried just one cigarette are twice as likely as those who have never tried it to take up smoking' //.Again after 3 years it was proved true by another study. Cancer Research UK said anti-smoking campaigns should focus on preventing children...

Clark Gable's Son a Drug Addict

London: Movie legend Clark Gable's son has been exposed as a drug addict with suicidal tendencies by his 19-year-old daughter Kaylee Gable.// According to contactmusic.com, the daughter Kaylee feels that her grandfather would be heartbroken if he were alive and could see his son, actor John C...

Drug Crimes in Canada Cause Continuing Problems for Small Communities

...gram has noticed a trend of many drug addicts being involved with drug related charges due to their addiction. "You can have the everyday functioning addict who is battling a drug addiction, and just one day gets caught by police for possession of a small amount," comments Nick Hayes, a representative of N...

Narconon Graduate Successfully Recovers From Prescription Drug Abuse

...bilitation program. *(Photo 72dpi: Send2Press.com/mediaboom/09-0703-NarcononMI_72dpi.jpg ) *(Photo Caption: Ex-prescription pain medication addict now drug-free.) Darwish, like many, didn't start out as a drug addict. He did well in school, was very skilled at Tae Quan Do, and skateboarding ...

America's Silent Crisis: Addiction -- Downturn Fuels Rising Drug and Alcohol Abuse, Phoenix House Study Reveals

...when they need it the most," warns Mr. Meitiner. "We must recognize and address the debilitating effects of addiction on all of us -- whether the addict is a family member, neighbor, or co-worker. Re-allocating resources to treatment is vital not only to the well-being of our communities but to our ver...

Obama Signs Tough New Anti-Smoking Law

... law has been a decade in the making. The legislation "will finally put an end to Big Tobacco's despicable marketing practices that are designed to addict children to its deadly products," said John R. Seffrin, chief executive officer of the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network. "Senate passa...

Reduce Relapse Thru Effective Drug Rehabilitation and Save Society Tens of Thousands of Dollars per Addict, Says Narconon

...utine outcome monitoring, procedures validated and commended by CARF (the Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission.) A daily average spent by a serious addict on his drugs is $100 per day, which is $36,500 per year. Some spend much more. If our 7,500 drug-free graduates had continued spending $100 per day on...

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