Perth’s Silent Killer

05 September 2018
Perth’s Silent Killer

PerthNow have released a report claiming that sleeping pills and anti-anxiety drugs have become the nation’s silent killer in Australia. With the number of people dying from prescription drugs having more than doubled in a decade, studies indicate that five people a day are now dying from a drug related overdose.

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Prescription drugs are now the second most commonly abused substances in the US

04 September 2018
Prescription drugs are now the second most commonly abused substances in the US

According to the most recent American Addiction Center record, almost 80 percent of people have suffered from substance use disorder in the US. The most affected populations are young adults between age 18 to 25 and older adults from age 57 to 85. Among the affected population, males make up a larger portion than females.

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Cocaine and MDMA Ranked Highest Usage in Belgium

30 August 2018
Cocaine and MDMA Ranked Highest Usage in Belgium

The latest wastewater findings from the European-wide SCORE group revealed that cocaine use is highest in western and southern European cities, particularly Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain and the UK. 

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Half of the worlds consumed cocaine originates from Colombia

10 August 2018
Half of the worlds consumed cocaine originates from Colombia

Colombia is well known for its cultivation and trafficking of drugs rather than consumption. It is estimated that half of the worlds consumed cocaine originates from Colombia and according to the United Nations office of drugs and crime, in 2016 18 million people used the illicit drug worldwide.  

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Belgium's Drug Problem

07 August 2018
Belgium's Drug Problem

Cannabis has been documented as the most commonly used illicit drug in Belgium by the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction’s 2018 report. Popular among young adults aged 15-34 years with males being the main users, cannabis is also the primary substance for clients entering drug treatment facilities in the country. 

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