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Drug Facts


  • The United States represents 5% of the world's population and 75% of prescription drugs taken. 60% of teens who abuse prescription drugs get them free from friends and relatives.
  • Each year Alcohol use results in nearly 2,000 college student's deaths.
  • Nicknames for Alprazolam include Alprax, Kalma, Nu-Alpraz, and Tranax.
  • Methadone accounts for nearly one third of opiate-associated deaths.
  • Most people use drugs for the first time when they are teenagers. There were just over 2.8 million new users (initiates) of illicit drugs in 2012, or about 7,898 new users per day. Half (52 per-cent) were under 18.
  • Amphetamines are the fourth most popular street drug in England and Wales, and second most popular worldwide.
  • Those who have become addicted to heroin and stop using the drug abruptly may have severe withdrawal.
  • Cocaine is the second most trafficked illegal drug in the world.
  • Other names of ecstasy include Eckies, E, XTC, pills, pingers, bikkies, flippers, and molly.
  • Nicotine is just as addictive as heroin, cocaine or alcohol. That's why it's so easy to get hooked.
  • Some effects from of long-acting barbiturates can last up to two days.
  • After marijuana and alcohol, the most common drugs teens are misuing or abusing are prescription medications.3
  • From 1980-2000, modern antidepressants, SSRI and SNRI, were introduced.
  • In the past 15 years, abuse of prescription drugs, including powerful opioid painkillers such as oxycodone and hydrocodone, has risen alarmingly among all ages, growing fastest among college-age adults, who lead all age groups in the misuse of medications.
  • Methadone is an opiate agonist that has a series of actions similar to those of heroin and other medications derived from the opium poppy.
  • Because heroin abusers do not know the actual strength of the drug or its true contents, they are at a high risk of overdose or death.
  • Today, heroin is known to be a more potent and faster acting painkiller than morphine because it passes more readily from the bloodstream into the brain.
  • Cocaine use can cause the placenta to separate from the uterus, causing internal bleeding.
  • Smokers who continuously smoke will always have nicotine in their system.
  • Crack Cocaine was first developed during the cocaine boom of the 1970's.

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