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an amphetamine derivative (trade name Methedrine) used in the form of a crystalline hydrochloride

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For example, although Bridget claimed many might assume she is a drug user because of her colorful hair and facial piercings, she did not otherwise meet the stereotypical appearance of the meth user (e.
Rupert George, head of communications for drug help group Release, said: "Injected drug use is an important public health issue and an increase in the use of crystal meth must be met by the appropriately researched and funded response.
It frustrates me to see how an industry and corporate dollars affect commonsense legislation," says Jackie Steele, a commonwealth's attorney whose district in southeastern Kentucky has been overwhelmed by meth labs in recent years.
Section II gives an overview of relevant details of foster care policy and the institution of foster care, the role of parental drug use in child maltreatment and foster care admissions, and the two federal interventions in 1995 and 1997 that increased the scarcity of two key meth precursors.
Oregon solved its meth lab problem, but let's be clear: Meth continues to enter the state in significant quantities, much of it manufactured in superlabs in Mexico and Southern California.
A potent dopamine agonist, meth not only increases the neurotransmitter's release, it blocks reuptake.
Addressing the meth crisis in WA is one of our top priorities.
In Wichita, meth is a serious threat to the safety of the gay community.
Most injuries were to members of the general public (97) and law enforcement officials (42), followed by employees working in areas where meth contamination occurs, including hotels and motels, abandoned buildings, and treatment centers (14); and firefighters (7) (Table 1).
And since meth cooks then have to shop elsewhere for the older products they prefer, these retailers know they're having a positive impact on local meth production, and that helps make their pharmacies--and communities--safer.
Investigators say it's impossible to know how much liquid meth crosses the border, but agents in Central California say they have been seeing more of it in the past few years.
Kowalski, who is on electronic monitoring after being previously arrested in 2013 on suspicion of running a meth lab may have also aroused suspicion more easily due to the fact that meth labs are "extremely rare in this part of the state", according to Cook County Sheriff's Spokesman Ben Breit.
Walter Jack White was arrested in January after he was found selling meth to Nebraska oil field workers.
2% for methamphetamine and crystal meth (ice) combined, with generally higher prevalence among males than females (Johnston, O'Malley, Bachman, & Schulenberg, 2007).
IT'S the most dangerous drug in the world - now crystal meth is about to rip Ireland apart.