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Drug Facts


  • Non-pharmaceutical fentanyl is sold in the following forms: as a powder; spiked on blotter paper; mixed with or substituted for heroin; or as tablets that mimic other, less potent opioids.
  • Between 2000 and 2006 the average number of alcohol related motor vehicle crashes in Utah resulting in death was approximately 59, resulting in an average of nearly 67 fatalities per year.
  • Other names of ecstasy include Eckies, E, XTC, pills, pingers, bikkies, flippers, and molly.
  • Over 2.3 million people admitted to have abused Ketamine in their lifetime.
  • 50% of teens believe that taking prescription drugs is much safer than using illegal street drugs.
  • Each year, nearly 360,000 people received treatment specifically for stimulant addiction.
  • Second hand smoke can kill you. In the U.S. alone over 3,000 people die every year from cancer caused by second hand smoke.
  • In 2012, over 16 million adults were prescribed Adderall.
  • Morphine subdues pain for an average of 5-6 hours whereas methadone subdues pain for up to 24 hours.
  • Approximately 28% of Utah adults 18-25 indicated binge drinking in the past months of 2006.
  • Methamphetamine has also been used in the treatment of obesity.
  • Cocaine comes in two forms. One is a powder and the other is a rock. The rock form of cocaine is referred to as crack cocaine.
  • Bath salts contain man-made stimulants called cathinone's, which are like amphetamines.
  • Crack users may experience severe respiratory problems, including coughing, shortness of breath, lung damage and bleeding.
  • People who abuse anabolic steroids usually take them orally or inject them into the muscles.
  • Barbiturates are a class B drug, meaning that any use outside of a prescription is met with prison time and a fine.
  • The Department of Justice listed the Chicago metro area as the top destination in the United States for heroin shipments.
  • In 2014, over 913,000 people were reported to be addicted to cocaine.
  • Amphetamine was first made in 1887 in Germany and methamphetamine, more potent and easy to make, was developed in Japan in 1919.
  • Over 13.5 million people admit to using opiates worldwide.

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