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Call Number: 362.29 LOC
Publication Date: 2006-07-01
Explores the problem of teenagers' and pain sufferers' easy accessibility to prescription painkillers that often leads to addiction, examining OxyContin's transition from a pain reliever for cancer patients to the cause of overdose by abusers.
Call Number: 362.29 MIL
Publication Date: 2012-01-01
Ecstasy--or MDMA as scientists know it-- is a growing trend in North America and around the world. Researchers are looking into the possibility that ecstasy could help patients with anxiety disorders. Meanwhile, thousands of young people are abusing ecstasy to get a high. It's especially popular at parties and raves, where it can be most dangerous, though its use is growing outside of this setting. Ecstasy: Dangerous Euphoria provides information on what ecstasy is, where it comes from, and who becomes addicted. Read on to find out important information about ecstasy abuse and its affect on the brain and body. You'll also learn about how to fight ecstasy addiction and how to lead a clean life.