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  • 81National Institute on Drug Abuse — The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) is a United States federal government research institute whose mission is to lead the Nation in bringing the power of science to bear on drug abuse and addiction. [1] Contents 1 History …

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  • 82Responsible drug use — is a harm reduction strategy which argues that a person can use illegal drugs, or illegally use legal drugs, with reduced or eliminated risk of negatively affecting other parts of one s life or the lives of others. Some critics believe that all… …

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  • 83Illegal drug trade in the People's Republic of China — The illegal drug trade in China is influenced by factors such as history, location, size, population, and current economic conditions which are good. China has one fifth of the world s population and a large and expanding economy. Opium has… …

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  • 84New Zealand Drug Foundation — The New Zealand Drug Foundation is a non government body that aims to prevent and reduce social, health and economic harms caused by both legal and illegal drugs in New Zealand. The Foundation has been at the forefront of major alcohol and other… …

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  • 85Federal Social Readaptation Center No. 1 — The Federal Social Readaptation Center No. 1 Altiplano (Spanish: Centro Federal de Readaptación Social Número 1 Altiplano ) is the maximum security federal prison (originally called the Penal de Máxima Seguridad No. 1 Almoloya de Juárez , later… …

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  • 86drugs and drug consumption — Opium (yingsu or yapian) has been imported for medicinal purposes since the seventh century, mainly by Arab maritime traders. Opium became popular as a panacea against illnesses such as dysentery and malaria and also as a general tonic. Its… …

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  • 87Politics of drug abuse — Most countries have legislation designed to criminalise some drug use. Usually however the legislative process is self referential, defining abuse in terms of what is made illegal. The legislation concerns lists of drugs specified by the… …

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  • 88Illicit drug use in Australia — Illicit drug use is a social issue in Australia that creates a 6.7 billion Australian Dollars per year illegal market.[1] Contents 1 Drug use in Australia 1.1 History 1.2 Current situation …

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  • 89Transform Drug Policy Foundation — The Transform Drug Policy Foundation (TDPF) [cite web|url=http://www.tdpf.org.uk|title=Main Page|publisher=Transform Drug Policy Foundation|accessdate=2008 05 14] is a registered non profit charity based in the United Kingdom working in the field …

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  • 90Intravenous drug use (recreational) — Shoot up redirects here. For the shooting video game genre see Shoot em up. Intravenous drug use refers to intravenous injection of recreational drugs (e.g., heroin, cocaine, amphetamines). History IV drug use is a relatively recent phenomenon… …

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  • 91National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse — [1] [2] The National Commission on Marijuana and Drug Abuse was created by Public Law 91 513 to study marijuana abuse in the United States. While the Controlled Substances Act was being drafted in a House committee in 1970, Assistant Secretary of …

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  • 92Ministry of Health and Social Affairs (Sweden) — Ministry of Health and Social Affairs Socialdepartementet overview Formed 1920 (1920)[1] Employees about 200 Ministers responsible …

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  • 93Mass drug administration — Distribution of antimalarials in Italy in the 1930s The administration of drugs to whole populations irrespective of disease status is referred to as mass drug administration (MDA). This article describes the administration of antimalarial drugs… …

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  • 94Truth drug — A truth drug or truth serum is a psychoactive medication used to obtain information from subjects who are unable or unwilling to provide it otherwise. The unethical use of truth drugs is classified as a form of torture according to international… …

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  • 95Multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis — Classification and external resources MeSH D018088 Multi drug resistant tuberculosis (MDR TB) is defined as TB that is resistant at least to isoniazid (INH) and rifampicin (RMP), the two most powerful …

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  • 96Illegal drug trade in Colombia — Stacks of cocaine. Illegal drug trade in Colombia (Spanish: Narcotráfico en Colombia) refers to the practice of producing and distributing illegal drugs with psychoactive effects in Colombia. Colombia has had four major drug trafficking cartels… …

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  • 97The Perfect Drug — «The Perfect Drug» Сингл Nine Inch Nails из альбома Шоссе в никуда (саундтрек) …

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  • 98Norwegian Institute for Alcohol and Drug Research — The Norwegian Institute for Alcohol and Drug Research (Norwegian: Statens institutt for rusmiddelforskning, SIRUS) is a social science research institute based in Oslo, Norway. It was established in 2001 as a merger of the National Institute for… …

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  • 99National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign — A poster circa 2000 concerning cannabis in the United States. The National Youth Anti Drug Media Campaign is a current domestic government propaganda campaign in the United States conducted by the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP)… …

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  • 100Antiretroviral drug — HAART redirects here. For UK estate agency Haart, see Spicerhaart. Antiretroviral drugs are medications for the treatment of infection by retroviruses, primarily HIV. When several such drugs, typically three or four, are taken in combination, the …

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