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Drug Facts


  • Many who overdose on barbiturates display symptoms of being drunk, such as slurred speech and uncoordinated movements.
  • More than 29 percent of teens in treatment are dependent on tranquilizers, sedatives, amphetamines, and other stimulants (all types of prescription drugs).
  • Adderall was brought to the prescription drug market as a new way to treat A.D.H.D in 1996, slowly replacing Ritalin.
  • 3.8% of twelfth graders reported having used Ritalin without a prescription at least once in the past year.
  • Synthetic drug stimulants, also known as cathinones, mimic the effects of ecstasy or MDMA. Bath salts and Molly are examples of synthetic cathinones.
  • Methamphetamine is taken orally, smoked, snorted, or dissolved in water or alcohol and injected.
  • A person can become more tolerant to heroin so, after a short time, more and more heroin is needed to produce the same level of intensity.
  • More than 1,600 teens begin abusing prescription drugs each day.1
  • Crack Cocaine is the riskiest form of a Cocaine substance.
  • Heroin addiction was blamed for a number of the 260 murders that occurred in 1922 in New York (which compared with seventeen in London). These concerns led the US Congress to ban all domestic manufacture of heroin in 1924.
  • Opiates, mainly heroin, account for 18% of the admissions for drug and alcohol treatment in the US.
  • Inhalants are sniffed or breathed in where they are absorbed quickly by the lungs, this is commonly referred to as "huffing" or "bagging".
  • Steroid use can lead to clogs in the blood vessels, which can then lead to strokes and heart disease.
  • Amphetamine was first made in 1887 in Germany and methamphetamine, more potent and easy to make, was developed in Japan in 1919.
  • One of the strongest forms of Amphetamines is Meth, which can come in powder, tablet or crystal form.
  • Alcoholism has been found to be genetically inherited in some families.
  • In Hamilton County, 7,300 people were served by street outreach, emergency shelter and transitional housing programs in 2007, according to the Cincinnati/Hamilton County Continuum of Care for the Homeless.
  • GHB is a popular drug at teen parties and "raves".
  • Heroin enters the brain very quickly, making it particularly addictive. It's estimated that almost one-fourth of the people who try heroin become addicted.
  • Oxycodone is as powerful as heroin and affects the nervous system the same way.

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