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Afghan Opium Production Soaring Out of Control

The annual UN report on illegal drugs has said that opium production in Afghanistan is soaring out of control . The World Drug Report says over 90 percent of illegal opium, which is used to make heroin, comes from Afghanistan. According to a BBC report, the cultivation of opium pop...

Global War on Drugs Takes Devastating Toll on Human Lives, Advocates Say

... Without health programs, even successful efforts to reduce cultivation of opium poppy can accelerate HIV infection. In Burma and Pakistan , for example, scarcity of opium and heroin have led to price increases, and caused drug users to switch fro...

Target America Exhibit Opens at the California Science Center October 2, 2008

...t America begins with an in-depth look at drug production, trafficking and money laundering -- in a historical and present-day context -- from trading opium on the Silk Road in the 1800s to the Colombian cocaine trade that exists today. Guests will also discover the many intricate ways different drugs are ...

High-risk behaviors could lead to HIV epidemic in Afghanistan

...ion drug use. Afghanistan is the largest global producer of opium; recent UNODC reports estimate there are 50,000 heroin users in the country. While opium has been used for centuries in Afghanistan, the researchers data suggests that injection drug use in Kabul is a relatively new behavior. A combinat...

Drug Addiction Slowing Down: UN Report

...wing down for almost every kind of illicit drug, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime said on Friday. "Some obvious problems remain, like opium in the south of Afghanistan, a cancer that threatens security and health and breeds corruption," said UNODC executive director Antonio Maria Costa, a...

This 'Grass' is Not Green - Say, 'No Thanks, I Am Fine Without Drugs'

...ot the youth in the grip of drugs and enable timely intervention. India Takes Stock India happens to be the only country cultivating opium for medical and scientific use. Despite strict regulation, some amount gets into the illicit route. Drug abuse is also becoming a problem at ...

Stigma, Lack of Education, Prevent the Spread of HIV in Afghanistan

...g HIV/AIDS epidemics worldwide -- and the migration of its residents are fueling the spread of HIV. The country, which produces the largest amounts of opium and heroin in the world, has about one million injection drug users, according to United Nations estimates. In addition, about 30% of blood used for t...

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

...osity and peer pressure led me to take drugs when I was a Class 8 student. "Since then I have taken heroin, pharmaceutical drug spasmo proxyvon, opium and a number of other illegal substances. But I don't want youngsters in our state to inherit the bad habit." The Churachandpur Users Forum (CU...

Gujarat Prime Target For Pakistan & Kashmir-Based Drug Cartels

...he added. "If we look at our seizure records in the past few years, the trend clearly points to the fact that illegal consignments of hashish and opium are making their way into Gujarat in large quantitites and are being sold in the state," Sarvaiya told PTI. Just this year, the NCB, in four sepa...

Adolescent Drug Users Turn Compulsive Addicts

...ects of drugs on rats by exposing them to cannabis. Initially they were given a small amount of these drugs but slowly started to take larger doses of opium when trained to self administer when compared to other rodents. Dr Yasmin Hurd of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, said cannabis acts on ...
Opium in Medical Definition

Tincture

...ns lavender ) Tincture of guaiac Tincture of iodine Tincture of opium ( laudanum ) Camphorated opium tincture ( paregoric ) An herbal extract The multiple plant extract I...
Opium in Medical Dictionary

Opitz Syndrome

...ndrome in the free ... Opitz syndrome . opium. opium addict. opium den. opium ... ...

Hip

...e. Joints and ligaments of lower limbs. Coxal/ hip ... hip 1. the region of the body around the articulation of the femur and the pelvis. ... opium smokers commonly consumed the drug lying on their sides (i.e. their hips ) ... Several groups of muscles cross the hip as they pass from the ...
Opium in Biological News

Incense is psychoactive: Scientists identify the biology behind the ceremony

...is protein were exposed to incensole acetate, the compound had no effect on their brains. Perhaps Marx wasnt too wrong when he called religion the opium of the people: morphine comes from poppies, cannabinoids from marijuana, and LSD from mushrooms; each of these has been used in one or another religio...

Opium and marijuana research go underground

... The worlds leading expert on the opium poppy has joined forces with researchers working o...Strategic Project Grant to create new varieties of opium poppy and cannabis that can be used for medicinal ...skatchewan to create and study mutant varieties of opium poppy and cannabis in an unused portion of a coppe...

Continued reduction in the number of drug-related deaths in the UK

...is very important Programme". Baroness Cumberlege, Chair of the International Centre for Drug Policy's Advisory Board commented "the cultivation of opium and production of heroin in Afghanistan continues to have its impact on the drug-related deaths in the UK and we need to continue to do everything pos...
Opium in Biological Definition

Drug

... Opioids , powerful, addictive narcotic painkillers which are also used recreationally for their euphoric effects Opiates refined from the opium poppy Morphine Codeine Synthetic and semi-synthetic opioids Heroin Oxycodone (sold under the brand name Oxycontin, and cont...
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