A 9-state analysis of designer stimulant, "bath salt," hospital visits reported to poison control centers (2013)
Annals of Emergency Medicine, Vol. 62, Issue 3, Sep.2013, Pages 244–251
Brandon J. Warrick, Meredith Hill, Kimberly Hekman, Rachelle Christensen, Robert Goetz, Marcel J. Casavant, Michael Wahl, James B. Mowry, Henry Spiller, Deborah Anderson, Alfred Aleguas, David Gummin, Ronald Thomas,...
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A report on Global Illicit Drugs Markets 1998-2007
Table of contents
Some highlights from the report 9
Key findings 11
Operation of the world drugs market 11
Drug-related problems 13
Adolescents' motivations to abuse prescription medications (2006)
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An index of fatal toxicity for drugs of misuse
King LA, Corkery JM.
Hum Psychopharmacol. 2010 Mar;25(2):162-6.
To determine the lethal toxicity of five commonly-used illicit substances by relating the number of associated deaths to their availability.
MethodsAn index of toxicity was calculated for each of five drugs [heroin,...
Application of a sewage-based approach to assess the use of ten illicit drugs in four Chinese megacities (2014)
Science of The Total Environment, Vol. 487, 15/Jul/2014, Pages 710–72
Usman Khan, Alexander L.N. van Nuijs, Jing Li, Walid Maho, Peng Du, Kaiyang Li, Linlin Hou, Jiying Zhang, Xiangzhou Meng, Xiqing Li, Adrian Covaci
Sewage-based epidemiology was applied for the first time to a...
Assessing illicit drugs in wastewater. EMCDDA
Assessing illicit drugs in wastewater
EMCDDA, Lisbon, December 2008
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club drugs: emerging trends and risks.
This document is from the UK National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse and is an examination of treatment of 'club drug' users.
‘Club drugs’ is a collective term for a number of different substances typically used by young people in bars and nightclubs, at concerts and parties. These drugs...
Club Drugs: Reasons For, and Consequences of Use (2004)
Journal of Psychoactive Drugs 2004 Sep;36(3):295-302
Parks KA, Kennedy CL
This preliminary descriptive study was designed to assess the reasons, primary contexts, and consequences (physical, psychological, lifestyle) of club drug use in a sample of young adults in a mid-size U.S. city....