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Drug Facts


  • Alcohol-impaired driving fatalities accounted for 9,967 deaths (31 percent of overall driving fatalities).
  • Studies show that 11 percent of male high schoolers have reported using Steroids at least once.
  • Methamphetamine and amphetamine were both originally used in nasal decongestants and in bronchial inhalers.
  • 3 Million individuals in the U.S. have been prescribed medications like buprenorphine to treat addiction to opiates.
  • Bath Salt use has been linked to violent behavior, however not all stories are violent.
  • Benzodiazepines are usually swallowed. Some people also inject and snort them.
  • In 2014, there were over 39,000 unintentional drug overdose deaths in the United States
  • Morphine subdues pain for an average of 5-6 hours whereas methadone subdues pain for up to 24 hours.
  • In 2007, 33 counties in California reported the seizure of clandestine labs, compared with 21 counties reporting seizing labs in 2006.
  • There were over 1.8 million Americans 12 or older who used a hallucinogen or inhalant for the first time. (1.1 million among hallucinogens)
  • Ativan abuse often results in dizziness, hallucinations, weakness, depression and poor motor coordination.
  • When taken, meth and crystal meth create a false sense of well-being and energy, and so a person will tend to push his body faster and further than it is meant to go.
  • Oxycodone has the greatest potential for abuse and the greatest dangers.
  • Approximately 65% of adolescents say that home medicine cabinets are the main source of drugs.
  • Adderall use (often prescribed to treat ADHD) has increased among high school seniors from 5.4% in 2009 to 7.5% this year.
  • Steroids can stop growth prematurely and permanently in teenagers who take them.
  • Ritalin can cause aggression, psychosis and an irregular heartbeat that can lead to death.
  • People who regularly use heroin often develop a tolerance, which means that they need higher and/or more frequent doses of the drug to get the desired effects.
  • Meth use in the United States varies geographically, with the highest rate of use in the West and the lowest in the Northeast.
  • Crystal Meth is commonly known as glass or ice.

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