club drug


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a controlled substance that is usually taken by young people at dance clubs and raves

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The NHS group's report, Club Drugs: Emerging Trends and Risks, estimated that one million people took club drugs last year.
NTA chief executive Paul Hayes said: "It is clear that some club drug users are developing serious health problems and even dependency.
Assessment of Club Drug use in a treatment-seeking sample of individuals with Marijuana Dependence.
The overall prevalence of lifetime club drug use was 17%, with Ecstasy and cocaine as the most popular agents of choice (12% and 6%, respectively), reported Dr.
Circuit Party Attendance, Club Drug Use, and Unsafe Sex in Gay Men.
One facet is the Commander's Club Drug Tool Kit, intended to raise commanders' awareness on increased usage of popular ``club'' drugs, like Ecstasy and Rohypnol, the ``date rape'' drug.
CGS / BES) When the media raves: linking club drug use and sensationalist news coverage.
Peter Hoang, 19, and Michael James Uveges, 23, were later pronounced dead of suspected overdoses of the club drug ecstasy.
The crystal form of methamphetamine is gaining popularity as a club drug among young adults, and is used by some college students as a stimulant to help them stay alert through studies.
Owen Bowden-Jones, a consultant psychiatrist at the Club Drug Clinic in London explained to the BBC what might be the cause of death for unknowing PDA users.
His solicitor told Kirklees magistrates that the 22-year-old's friend had put illegal club drug GHB into his drinks.
But US politicians have asserted they are worried that the inhalers will be used as a club drug that young people might take to allow them to drink until they drop.
Modified forms of the dance club drug may be effective against blood cancers such as leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma, early research suggests.
Bath, meanwhile, saw the Rugby Football Union hit former players Michael Lipman, Alex Crockett and Andy Higgins each with nine-month suspensions following their refusal to take club drug tests.
Blood tests showed a cocktail of drugs including an antidepressant, sleeping pill, cannabis and the illegal dance club drug GHB.
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