Addiction Topic Keyword: Ketamine Abuse (p. 1 of 1)

  • Reducing Your Chnaces of a Drug-Assisted Assault

    Reducing Your Chnaces of a Drug-Assisted Assault

    We know we have to be extra careful today whether you're a woman or a man when it comes to leaving drinks unattended unless you're in your own home or in an environment you trust a hundred percent. Many people have been sexually assaulted or even robbed after having a drug slipped in their drink so we know to use extra precaution in situations like parties or gatherings where alcoholic beverages...

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  • Examples of Controlled Substances and Their Scheduling

    Examples of Controlled Substances and Their Scheduling

    There are many different types of drugs abused or misused today that affect the lives of adolescents, teens, young adults, and older adults throughout the U.S. Substance abuse takes place is all age groups and economic backgrounds and destroys health, families, and causes our health care to sky rocket.
    It's sad because substance abuse and addiction takes a toll on everyone and in one way or...

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  • BE AWARE! You May Think You Know What's In Your Alcoholic Beverage

    BE AWARE! You May Think You Know What's In Your Alcoholic Beverage

    If you think 'Date Rape' drugs are a thing of the past, think again! In the past several years all the information that's been brought to our attention in the news about date rape drugs like Rohypnol, you would only hope that women would be more aware and much less trust-worthy. That doesn't seem to be the case for some women.
    Slipping drugs into women's drinks at parties, concerts, raves...

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  • Ketamine Addiction, Abuse and Withdrawal

    Ketamine Addiction, Abuse and Withdrawal

    Ketamine has been around for about 30 years and was initially used only in veterinary medicine. Over the past 2 decades, it has become known that ketamine is a general anesthetic with hallucinogenic and analgesic (pain relieving properties).
    The drug has a unique ability to differentiate perception from sensation. It is currently widely used in pediatric anesthesia. Ketamine is structurally...

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