Drugs and Society - Vol. 2

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Drugs
and
Society

VOLUME 2
Drug Laws – Overdose

Marshall Cavendish
Reference
New York

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Drugs and Society - Vol. 2
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 321
  • Contents 323
  • Drug Laws 326
  • Drug Receptors 331
  • Drug Testing 335
  • Drug Trafficking 341
  • Drug Use, Life Patterns 347
  • Drug Use Subcultures 350
  • Dual Diagnosis 354
  • Dxm 358
  • Economic Costs of Addiction 359
  • Ecstasy 364
  • Ecstasy Analogs 367
  • Education 369
  • Elderly 374
  • Employee Assistance Programs 377
  • Endorphins 380
  • Enforcement of Laws 381
  • Ephedrine 384
  • Epinephrine 386
  • Erythropoietin 388
  • Ethanol 389
  • Family Environment 393
  • Family Therapy 396
  • Fentanyl 400
  • Financial Consequences 401
  • Flashbacks 403
  • Food and Drug Administration 405
  • Gamblers Anonymous 406
  • Gambling 408
  • Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid 414
  • Gangs 416
  • Gateway Drugs 419
  • Ghb 421
  • Glue Sniffing 422
  • Glutethimide 424
  • Halfway Houses 425
  • Hallucinogens 426
  • Harmine and Harmaline 431
  • Harm Reduction 433
  • Harrison Narcotics Act 436
  • Heart and Circulatory Diseases 438
  • Hereditary and Genetic Factors 443
  • Heroin 447
  • Heroin Addiction Treatment 451
  • Hippies and the Counterculture Movement 456
  • History of Drug Use 460
  • Homicide 466
  • Hormonal Effects 467
  • Hotlines 471
  • Human Growth Hormone 472
  • Hydromorphone 473
  • Ibogaine 474
  • Illicit Manufacturing 476
  • Inhalants 479
  • International Cooperation 484
  • International Drug Trade 487
  • International Narcotics Control Board (Incb) 491
  • Internet 492
  • Intervention 494
  • Jellinek Classification 496
  • Jimsonweed 498
  • Ketamine 499
  • Khat 500
  • Laam 501
  • Laudanum 502
  • Legal Controls 503
  • Legalization Movement 507
  • Levorphanol 510
  • Librium 511
  • Literature 512
  • Liver Diseases 516
  • Lsd 521
  • Lung Diseases 525
  • Maos and Maois 529
  • Marijuana 531
  • Media Attitudes toward Drugs 538
  • Medical Care 541
  • Mental Disorders 544
  • Meperidine 549
  • Meprobamate 550
  • Mescaline 551
  • Metabolism 554
  • Methadone 556
  • Methamphetamine 560
  • Methanol 562
  • Methaqualone 563
  • Methcathinone 564
  • Morphine 565
  • Mortality Rates 567
  • Mothers against Drunk Driving 569
  • Movies 570
  • Multiple Addiction 574
  • Music 578
  • Naloxone 582
  • Naltrexone 583
  • Narcotic Drugs 585
  • Narcotics Anonymous 586
  • National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (Niaaa) 588
  • National Institute on Drug Abuse (Nida) 590
  • Needle Exchange Programs 592
  • Neurotransmission 595
  • Nexus 601
  • Nicotine 602
  • Nicotine Replacements 606
  • Nitrous Oxide 609
  • Norepinephrine 610
  • Opiates and Opioids 612
  • Opium 616
  • Opium Wars 618
  • Organized Crime 620
  • Overdose 623
  • Resources for Further Study 625
  • Glossary 628
  • Index 634
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