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Synonyms for methamphetamine

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

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21, 2019 (American Heart Association News) -- Although frequently overshadowed by the opioid epidemic, surging methamphetamine use nationally and around the world has fueled a chilling crisis of its own, according to a new report.
"Cardiovascular disease represents the second-leading cause of death among methamphetamine abusers following only accidental overdose," according to the report published Wednesday in the American Heart Association's journal Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology.
* Roxanna Lara, 38, of Marion, was charged with Possession of Methamphetamines with Intent to Deliver, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Possession of Methamphetamines in the 500 block of East Main Street on July 9.
Police said that the orange pills of methamphetamine, known as "yaba" or "crazy drug", were seized in Ayutthaya province, north of Bangkok, on Aug.
The seizure is the latest big methamphetamine bust in the region.
Methamphetamine cases make up the majority of the investigations conducted by Montana Narcotics Bureau agents, with 232 of the 432 cases (54%) between 2010 and 2015 involving meth.
"But secreting a million dollars' worth of methamphetamine in wax candles of various shapes is shocking.
The chronic effects of methamphetamine abuse on the kidneys and blood pressure have not been documented.
Methamphetamines are a group of substances; most of them synthetic, that have a stimulating effect on the central nervous system.
By gaining control of Baja California, the Sinaloa cartel also took control of all operations in Tijuana, and that city has become the major gateway for shipments of methamphetamines into California.
In the United States, methamphetamine use is reaching epidemic proportions and receiving widespread popular media attention including a 2005 Newsweek cover story entitled "America's most dangerous drug." (5) Treatment admission rates for primary methamphetamine or amphetamine abuse (most of which was methamphetamine abuse) increased 331% between 1993 and 2003, from 13 to 56 admissions per 100,000 persons aged 12 years and older.
Methamphetamine is pervasive in all geographic regions but has found a niche in rural settings.
central nervous system, (12) methamphetamines increase activity levels
Methamphetamine use is epidemic among men who have sex with men (MSM), but treatment has lagged for this group.
Methamphetamine, popularly known as ice or crystal in the streets of Western countries today, was discovered in Japan in 1888.