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  • Could Your Residence Have been a Former Meth Lab?

    Could Your Residence Have been a Former Meth Lab?

    The dangers and risks associated with cooking methamphetamine are very serious for everyone not just the individual(s) that produces the illegal drugs. Just breathing in the gasses and fumes when meth is cooked can cause extremely serious respiratory problems for anyone exposed to the toxic chemical vapors.
    Anyone living in the surrounding area of a meth lab is at risk because of possible...

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  • Refrigerant Abuse and Instant Death

    Refrigerant Abuse and Instant Death

    It's that time of the year again and it's going to be a hot and humid summer. Air conditioners are a necessity during the summertime but it's unfortunate that so many young people find ways to misuse them. Air conditioning units contain refrigerants like Freon that cools down the air so we're able to stay comfortable in 90 degree plus weather, but that's not all refrigerants are used for...

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  • Ketamine Abuse Can Cause Schizophrenia and Hallucinations

    Ketamine Abuse Can Cause Schizophrenia and Hallucinations

    Ketamine is a medical drug used both for human medicine and veterinary medicine as well. Unfortunately it is also a medication that carries a certain potential for abuse. Ketamine is most commonly used as an anesthetic medication in veterinary medicine, primarily for when an animal is going to undergo surgery.
    This medical drug is also often used in human beings for anesthetic purposes,...

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