На главную
Результаты поиска “Drug Information” за 2007
FDA Recall, Recalled FDA drugs - Information on the FDA
 
01:59
A short video blog from the consumerjusticegroup.com explaining the FDA drug recall process.
Просмотров: 2172 Consumerjusticegroup
Opiate Usage Prevalence
 
04:42
Slideshow with drug usage information
Просмотров: 1564 cl12351
Drugs: The Terrible Truth - 1950's
 
10:05
In this Cold War era anti-drug film, the point is, if you smoke marijuana, you are destined to become a heroin addict, just like Phylis. Sticking to the principals of red-scare tactics, a Harry Truman-like, hard-nosed narrator leads us through a cautionary tale, where once you start, you are forever a member, just like the commies. Shot in color in early 1950's Los Angeles. Classic lines include, "They both 'smoked pot.' That's Jive talk for marijuana." ... Brilliant! See more films at: http://weirdovideo.com
Просмотров: 73482 Weirdo Video
Big Pharma's New Drug:  Fukitol
 
01:30
Robin Williams describes Big Pharma's new breakthrough drug, Fukitol. For more information on Big Pharma's campaign to get you hooked on drugs (with more videos), see http://www.yoism.org/?q=node/234 and http://www.yoism.org/?q=node/120 For more information about "mental illness" and drug "treatment," see http://www.yoism.org/zp/?q=node/70 and http://www.yoism.org/?q=node/119
Просмотров: 338116 yoism
Dublin's Rampant Drug Problem
 
10:44
The Irishmen and the Drug Dealers (1996): A look into Dublin's drug problem, and the people who have taken the issue into their own hands. Subscribe to Journeyman here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures# Synopsis: Dublin has a drug problem that is fast getting out of control. High unemployment in certain areas drives many to dealing drugs, or becoming addicts. But the people of said communities are taking a stand. Yet the ways people have chosen to combat the problem vary in the extreme; while some choose to march peacefully, others have formed vigilante group, hell bent on killing anyone certain to be involved in the drug trade. ABC Australia reports from the community, whose faith in the authorities has all but disappeared. For more information, visit https://www.journeyman.tv/film/274 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures ABC Australia - Ref. 0274
Просмотров: 241059 Journeyman Pictures
DoubleCheckMD: First-Ever Online Drug and Symptom Search
 
03:06
An overview of DoubleCheckMD.com, a powerful, first-ever, online medical search technology that empowers users to quickly and easily find accessible, accurate information on drug interactions and side effects.
Просмотров: 768 MicroartsVideo
How safe are your medicines?
 
02:19
Are you at risk for drug reactions? Do you know how safe your medicines are? This new service called iGuard rates the safety of your drugs, and sends out alerts as new information emerges.
Просмотров: 6931 akele62
Drug Eluting Stent
 
00:45
For more information, visit CancerQuest at http://www.cancerquest.org/mechanism-spindle-inhibitors. Coronary heart disease can result in the blockage of arteries. Insertion of a stent can open up the clogged artery. The blockage can re-form but this re-blockage can be inhibited if the stent is coated with a chemotherapy drug. For further information, visit http://www.cancerquest.org
Просмотров: 34293 CancerQuest
Can you do this?
 
00:45
A video submitted for the Digital Stories Competition organized by Alcohol and Drug Information Centre(http://www.adicsrilanka.org). This was selected as one of the top 10 videos in the competition
Просмотров: 175 BhagyaNirmaan
Information about Dangerous Pharmaceutical Drug Lawsuits: Fi
 
01:52
Video in which Chris Placitella explains that many FDA drugs prove unsafe and encourages those who may have been affected by harmful drugs to seek help, from LegalView.com: Information on class action lawsuits, class action attorneys, and more from http://www.cprlaw.com and http://www.legalview.com.
Просмотров: 307 Legalview
The Crazy Drug That Created A Thailand National Emergency
 
16:44
The Crazy Drug: A powerful form of amphetamine is bringing violence to Thailand For downloads and more information visit http://www.journeyman.tv/?lid=9175 This shocking & graphic report reveals a purer form of amphetamine is coming out of South East Asia's golden triangle. It's creating a national emergency in Thailand. Drug cartels on the Thai/Burma border are today piggybacking their existing international heroin dealing with "yaa baa" a cheap and pure amphetamine. Yaa baa, or "the crazy drug" as Thais have come to know it, is a chemical mimic of adrenaline. Users describe feeling intense euphoria, strength and energy. But for most the party soon turns into a nightmare. "From heavy and prolonged use they have all the symptoms of chronic paranoid schizophrenia...a state that is as dangerous as a person can be". Throughout Thailand there's an epidemic of drug induced violence. A crowd gathers as an addict holds a five-year-old hostage. Desperate to avoid a repeat of a similar incident where a child was hacked to death by a delusional user, the Police shoot the man dead. The most Thai police can do to is arrest small time users and pushers. Getting to the real drug lords over the border demands political leverage. Many see Burma's government as tolerant even supportive of the cartels. And with their trading continuing apace the world it seems should be worried about the crazy drug. ABC Australia - Ref. 611 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
Просмотров: 547307 Journeyman Pictures
Nutrition Part I: References That Don't Endorse Brands
 
01:56
Dear All, Hopefully, I'll add more specific nutrition tidbits that I learn throughout the year, but I wanted to start by posting these websites below. Unlike some of the other nutrition sites out there, (as far as I know) these ones aren't selling diets or health food products. They also try to examine the actual research, data and evidence on the topics. As with anything, please be careful about what "evidence" exactly is: it's easy for someone to take a couple of sentences from a research study, exaggerate the claims, and misrrepresent. Also, always be on the watch out for conflicts of interest -- for example, the Mayo Clinic has a bookstore that's selling their books. Unfortunately, conflicts of interest happen everywhere -- I tried to do the best I could by selecting sources from well-respected institutions. But please use your critical judgment when reading. Reference Websites on Nutrition, Diets, Vitamins & Herbs: 1) Nutrition information (including diet, food and vitamins) from the Harvard School of Public Health http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/index.html 2) Direct Link to Vitamin information from Harvard School of Public Health http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/vitamins.html 3) Supplement and Drug Index from the Mayo Clinic (Has information on supplements such as herbs) http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/drug-information/DrugHerbIndex 5) National Institutes of Health Website on Complementary and Alternative Medicine http://nccam.nih.gov/ 6) Linus Pauling Institute Micronutrient Information Center (has information on vitamins, minerals and other nutrients): http://lpi.oregonstate.edu/infocenter/ General idea behind these health videos: I'm a first year medical student here in Boston. Every day, I'm learning exciting and critical topics on medicine and health. But too often, the things I'm learning about never reach the public. I wanted to try an experiment -- sharing health information on youtube, with the sole purpose of trying to get more important health information to you all. Unlike some of the other health videos out there, mine are not about promoting a book, a diet, a pill, an agenda. I hope to answer your questions either through e-mail or through the video updates -- please, please, (please!) e-mail me any questions and I will try my best to answer them by asking my professors and by citing credibles sources (JAMA, New England Journal of Medicine, etc...) e-mail: unitedstatesmedicalstudent@gma il.com I hope this experiment works -- and if it fails, I hope someone sees these videos, says, "hmmm, these are bad videos, but I love the idea," and decides to go for it. ____________ P.S. I wanted to point out something important: I'm just a medical student, so my posts are hopefully conversation starters, but only conversation starters — not medical advice. If my posts intrigue you, please read more about the topic and discuss about it with your doctor. I'd be happy to send you the information in the journal articles I talk about. Also, the opinions expressed in this post are not necessarily those of Harvard Medical School, its affiliated institutions, or Harvard University. Best wishes!
Просмотров: 1928 usmedstudent
We want you.
 
00:45
This is one of the videos submitted to the Digital Stories Competition organized by Alcohol and Drug Information Centre. Portions Copyright under fair use policy from Steven Lewis Secondary School.
Просмотров: 218 BhagyaNirmaan
Unsafe Drug and Medical Device Lawsuit Information: Find a L
 
01:41
Video in which Marilyn McGoldrick of Thornton & Naumes, LLP discusses the pharmaceutical and unsafe drug litigation in which Thornton and Naumes have been involved, from LegalView: Information on class action lawsuits, class action attorneys, and more from http://www.tenlaw.com and http://www.legalview.com.
Просмотров: 266 Legalview
Information about Dangerous Pharmaceutical Drug Lawsuits: Fi
 
01:45
Video in which Stewart Cohen explains that many FDA drugs prove unsafe and encourages those who may have been affected by harmful drugs to seek help, from LegalView.com: Information on class action lawsuits, class action attorneys, and more from http://www.cprlaw.com and http://www.legalview.com.
Просмотров: 322 Legalview
Milena Naydenova - myths vs. information
 
01:23
Interview made by activists of the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union (www.drugreporter.net ) at the International Conference on the Reduction of Drug Related Harms, Warsaw, 2007 Milena Naydenova is an active drug user, founding member of a user group in Bulgaria and a member of the Internal Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD), www.inpud.org
Просмотров: 835 Drugreporter
Switzerland's Innovative Heroin Rehab Scheme
 
18:47
Heroin Drug Trial (1997): A feature on the novel Swiss plan to help drug addicts recover - by providing safe, controlled environments for the drugs to be taken. For downloads and more information visit http://journeyman.tv/9926/short-films/heroin-drug-trial.html Evelyn is a heroin addict. Since the age of 18 she's been caught in a downward spiral of unemployment, crime and prostitution. She's also one of a thousand users attending a clinic several times a day for a cheap, legal hit of heroin. Watching Evelyn 'shoot up' in the clean, controlled environment of the clinic is far removed from the squalid scenes of addiction in a Zurich park. She's even able to work as a waitress. But not all Swiss are impressed by the heroin trial. The referendum to halt it came from right-wing religious groups who label their government a drug pusher. Boris Piske once fed his drug habit as a male prostitute. Now married with two children, it was God and abstinence in a religious community which helped him quit. Meanwhile, on a drug bust in a downtown flat with the Zurich drug squad it's clear illegal drugs are still in plentiful supply. Police say driving addicts underground will merely worsen the problem. So far the Swiss trial has shown that the heroin clinic does work. Ninety addicts have already withdrawn. The government is considering extending the trial. ABC Australia - Ref. 384 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
Просмотров: 119683 Journeyman Pictures
China's Drug Problem Is Growing (1995)
 
15:08
May 1995 Since China's Yunnan province opened its border with Burma it has become one of the most lucrative narcotics routes in the world, in particular for heroin. Subscribe to Journeyman here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures Some 2,000 police storm a drug baron's hide-out in China's Yunnan Province. Skeletal drug addicts lie in their own rotting rubbish. The fight against narcotics is a national priority. Anyone found with more than 50 grams of drugs is executed. Thousands of addicts sleep in the parks of Yunnan's capital Kunming. If caught they are jailed in a police detoxification centre. Police videotape shows junkies going cold turkey with no care or rehabilitation offered. Yet there is rampant drug abuse by prostitutes and Kunming is the HIV capital of China. As China's leaders hail their economic revolution, doctors warn that the gap between rich and poor will force many to turn to drugs as a cure-all for their woes. For more information, visit https://www.journeyman.tv/film/118 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures ABC Australia – Ref. 0118
Просмотров: 201309 Journeyman Pictures
Colombia's Drugs Crisis is Crippling the Country (1995)
 
21:03
Drug Wars (1995): A look at how the Colombia's war on drugs is causing significant violence and increased production of illicit crops For downloads and more information: https://www.journeyman.tv/film/127/drugs Colombia's rural peasants are caught in a savage drugs war, forced to produce narcotics through economic despair. We investigate this deadly battle, with daring access to major and minor players and exclusive archive footage. Following the capture of the Cali cocaine 'cartel' leader, a retaliation bomb is detonated in Medellin. Removing Cali cartel leaders has done nothing to halt the drug trade. In Cali, 'Pepe', a drug trafficker, makes $4,000 a month while a slum family tells the tragic story of their cocaine-courier father. Focusing on the government's renewed fight against drugs under threat of US sanctions, we document the strong-arm tactics of both the army and guerrilla groups. Bloodstained bodies of 13 peasant growers are lined up at a military base - the army dismisses them as vermin. In the fields of a typical coca campesino, protected by guerrilla units, growers process their haul. Evidence of government fumigation of illicit crops which, in turn, encourages farmers to double their cultivation. The result is massive deforestation. Indigenous Indians have little hope in the escalating feud ravaging Colombia. Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures Carlos Mavroleon - Ref. 0127 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
Просмотров: 839483 Journeyman Pictures
On the Opium Road with Mansour Khan
 
10:53
Drug Baron (2007): Following drug runs of opium baron Mansour Khan For downloads and more information visit http://journeyman.tv/57538/short-films/drugs-baron.html Mansour Khan has built a very lucrative empire by trafficking opium. In just a few days, Khan can smuggle enough opium to make 120 kg of heroin. Here we join his men on two drug runs across Iran. Khan's agent knows the farmer desperately needs money. "It's not really what I'm looking for but considering your desperate situation, I will make you an offer". The opium is loaded into vehicles to be driven to Iran. It's a dangerous journey. Several times, shots are fired. Then, there's no sign of the scout at the agreed meeting point. Moments later, the scout calls in a warning. "Turn the car around and go another route", orders one man. They do so and the drugs arrive safely. The second run also makes it to Iran without a hitch. In a few days, Khan has smuggled enough opium to make 120 kg of heroin. Mehran Bozorgnia - Ref. 3597 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
Просмотров: 215945 Journeyman Pictures
Diabetes Lifesaving Medicine
 
02:11
ACE-inhibitor and ARB drugs lower diabetics' risks for heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, and death from all causes, including cardiovascular deaths. Yet, research has shown that only 4 in ten people with diabetes are being prescribed the medicines.Get more information at http://www.HealthyUpdates.com Get a FREE REMEDY Subscription: http://www.healthisnow.com
Просмотров: 15223 dailyhealthupdates
Has Thailand's War on Drugs Gotten out of Control?
 
23:59
A Quick Fix (2003): Thousands of innocent people are being murdered in 'Silent Killings' as the Thai authorities continue their hard-line war on drugs. For downloads and more information visit http://www.journeyman.tv/12313/short-films/a-quick-fix.html The Prime Minister's promise to the King to eradicate drug use was a promise he needed to keep. In order to crackdown on the 3 million amphetamine users in Thailand, the authorities have resorted to ruthless strategies. Thousands of 'blacklisted' people have been killed and any evidence implicating the police destroyed. General Sant stands by the bodies of three dead people found with a stash of drugs. It is a wonderful photo opportunity. "This is war! We won't shoot at people until they shoot at us." he claims. Yet people are beginning to think differently. Scientific investigations are hindered as innocents die daily. Mentorn - Ref. 2001 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
Просмотров: 135273 Journeyman Pictures
Sydney's Big Day Out
 
00:49
Every year Australians celebrate their nationhood by displaying or wearing their country's flag - the Big Day Out. The Scientology team handed out drug information booklets to celebrants to get the drug-free message out.
Просмотров: 363 FreedommagTV
Vioxx and FDA Drug Injuries
 
02:27
Discussion of Vioxx and FDA Drugs as defective products with attorney Brenda Fulmer, pharmaceutical injury litigation expert and partner in the law firm Alley, Clarke, Griewe, and Fulmer in Tampa, FL. Produced by InjuryBoard.com
Просмотров: 11308 injuryboard
Overcoming Drug and Alcohol Addiction - Curry and Wandzilak
 
07:28
Complete video at: http://fora.tv/fora/showthread.php?t=995 Co-authors Constance Curry and Kristina Wandzilak discuss the struggles with drug and alcohol addiction at the heart of their book, "The Lost Years: Surviving a Mother and Daughter's Worst Nightmare." ----- Constance Curry and Kristina Wandzilak talk about "The Lost Years: Surviving a Mother and Daughter's Worst Nightmare." This riveting memoir of survival and transformation reveals the true story of a daughter's decline into alcohol and drug addiction, prostitution and homelessness, and her mother's efforts to rescue her. - Book Passage Kristina Wandzilak is the Executive director of Full Circle Intervention, a nationally recognized presenter and author. She has worked in the chemical dependency field since 1994. Kristina has been specializing in intervention since 1998 and opened the doors of Full Circle Intervention, with the vision of bringing respectful intervention to families who are in crisis with addiction. Constance Curry has been in co-dependency recovery for many years. She has studied and tried to understand the disorder that took over her life and the lives of those she loved most. She has been on various educational speaker panels for practicing therapists and teachers talking on the intricate subject of addiction and family recovery.
Просмотров: 36366 FORA.tv
The Overwhelming Political Influence of Mexico's Drug Cartels
 
21:20
Drugs (1995): A report of the influence of drug gangs in Mexican society. Subscribe to Journeyman here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures# Synopsis: In March 1994 the heir to the Mexican presidency Luis Donaldo Colosio was assassinated in Tijuana. Only now is it becoming clear who was responsible - drug traffickers. It is thought that Colosio 'knew too much', and thus had to be gotten rid of. He is not the only individual affected by the traffickers' power; PRI secretary-general Jose Francisco Ruiz Massieu, was assassinated in September 1994 for the same reason, and Eduardo Valle (The Owl), Mexico's former special prosecutor for the Federal Attorney General, is now in hiding. This in-depth report shows the extent to which Mexico's drug cartels have infiltrated Mexican politics and society. Features footage of Colosio's assassination. For more information, visit https://www.journeyman.tv/film/0105 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures ABC Australia - Ref. 0105
Просмотров: 424678 Journeyman Pictures
Heroin Has Not Gone Away - Anti-Drug Educational Video - 03
 
21:46
Heroin Part 3 public domain video. Heroin: The Next Generation. Viewers will learn about the different types of heroin being peddled on the streets of America, how heroin affects the users and hear first person accounts about heroin use from former users. Find out how the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office broke a major heroin trafficking ring that was selling the drug to young people in the affluent suburb of Scottsdale, Arizona. What goes around comes around -- and Heroin is back! But the face of yesterday's junkie is not the face of the junkie of today. More young people than ever before are shooting it, snorting it — even smoking it. And they're getting more bang for their buck when buying their heroin on the streets today. One reason: The purity of this drug is the highest at the street level than it's ever been -- that means users don't have to use needles to inject the drug into their veins. The new ability to snort or smoke heroin is enticing more young people than ever before to give it a try. Back in the 60s and 70s, heroin users primarily injected the drug into their bloodstream. The next generation of heroin users do not have to use needles to get high on heroin. Smoking it or snorting it is more appealing to younger and first-time users by eliminating the fear of needles and syringe-associated diseases such as HIV, AIDS and hepatitis -- not to mention the stigma associated with the stereotypical "junkie" who "shoots up" the drug. Another reason heroin use is on the rise, according to James Hall, an epidemiologist for Up Front Drug Information Center in Miami, Florida is because prescription drug abuse is on the rise. "Young people who try prescription narcotic opiate drugs and like the effects of those drugs are turning to heroin because it packs a similar, yet more powerful punch than prescription narcotic opiates," Hall says. "That's why prescription drug abuse is becoming a stepping stone to first time heroin users." Program Objectives: This program discusses, among other things, the following: Learn about the different types of heroin being peddled on the streets of America. Learn how heroine affects the users. Hear first person accounts about heroin use from a former users. Explore heroin trafficking trends and methods of delivery of the drug into the U.S. Find out how the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office broke a major heroin trafficking ring that was selling the drug to young people in the affluent suburb of Scottsdale, Arizona. Panelists: TBA. Sponsors: This program is sponsored the Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training (MCTFT) with the technical support of the Satellite Education Network (SEN) at Ft. Lee, VA. Public domain video.
Просмотров: 18884 rosaryfilms
Ecstasy: Is it Really the Dream Drug
 
00:29
Produced by Department of the Air Force NTIS No. AVA21074VNB1 This video presents the drug awareness and education program regarding information on methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA).
Просмотров: 2274 carlmalamud
Cannabis Dispensary Information Pt 2
 
08:47
A discussion of cannabis dispensaries by Jeff Jones who runs a dispensary, Steve Dillon, chairman of NORML and Superior Court Judge James P. Gray, author of Why our Drug Laws have Failed, a Judicial Indictment of the war on drugs.
Просмотров: 4204 FDBecker
Heroin Has Not Gone Away - Anti-Drug Educational Video - 02
 
20:13
Heroin Part 2 public domain video. Heroin: The Next Generation. Viewers will learn about the different types of heroin being peddled on the streets of America, how heroin affects the users and hear first person accounts about heroin use from former users. Find out how the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office broke a major heroin trafficking ring that was selling the drug to young people in the affluent suburb of Scottsdale, Arizona. What goes around comes around -- and Heroin is back! But the face of yesterday's junkie is not the face of the junkie of today. More young people than ever before are shooting it, snorting it — even smoking it. And they're getting more bang for their buck when buying their heroin on the streets today. One reason: The purity of this drug is the highest at the street level than it's ever been -- that means users don't have to use needles to inject the drug into their veins. The new ability to snort or smoke heroin is enticing more young people than ever before to give it a try. Back in the 60s and 70s, heroin users primarily injected the drug into their bloodstream. The next generation of heroin users do not have to use needles to get high on heroin. Smoking it or snorting it is more appealing to younger and first-time users by eliminating the fear of needles and syringe-associated diseases such as HIV, AIDS and hepatitis -- not to mention the stigma associated with the stereotypical "junkie" who "shoots up" the drug. Another reason heroin use is on the rise, according to James Hall, an epidemiologist for Up Front Drug Information Center in Miami, Florida is because prescription drug abuse is on the rise. "Young people who try prescription narcotic opiate drugs and like the effects of those drugs are turning to heroin because it packs a similar, yet more powerful punch than prescription narcotic opiates," Hall says. "That's why prescription drug abuse is becoming a stepping stone to first time heroin users." Program Objectives: This program discusses, among other things, the following: Learn about the different types of heroin being peddled on the streets of America. Learn how heroine affects the users. Hear first person accounts about heroin use from a former users. Explore heroin trafficking trends and methods of delivery of the drug into the U.S. Find out how the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office broke a major heroin trafficking ring that was selling the drug to young people in the affluent suburb of Scottsdale, Arizona. Panelists: TBA. Sponsors: This program is sponsored the Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training (MCTFT) with the technical support of the Satellite Education Network (SEN) at Ft. Lee, VA. Public domain video.
Просмотров: 77796 rosaryfilms
The Bolivian Cocaine War That Nearly Bankrupted The Counrty
 
18:02
Cocaine Wars (1996): For centuries the coca leaf was a blessing from the gods. It alleviated the hunger of the Bolivian poor. Today it is a source of narcotic evil for the West. Subscribe to Journeyman here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures# Bolivia's government, reliant on US aid and vulnerable to US dictates, has been forced to uphold a war against coca producers. The 'Leopards' - anti-narcotic paramilitaries - patrol the tropical jungles of Chapere and destroy small cocaine factories. Local farmers, like Berto, are put under pressure to rip up their coca plants and rePlace them with alternative crops. But now Berto can't sell his new produce and is more impoverished than ever. Human rights organisations report violent abuses committed by the 'Leopards' against men and women. US Ambassador coolly contests such reports and admits that Bolivia would be 'hurt' if it objected to US initiatives. Evo Morales leads the Chapere people in a protest rally. In their muddy villages, the tired faces don't understand why their government is trying to destroy their livelihood. For more information, visit https://www.journeyman.tv/film/219 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures ABC Australia - Ref. 0219 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
Просмотров: 153324 Journeyman Pictures
Mike Trace - does the criminalization of drug users work?
 
00:38
Mike Trace is currently the Co-Director of the Beckley Foundation Drug Policy Programme and Chief Executive at RAPT (Rehabilitation of Addicted Prisoners Trust), one of the UK's foremost providers of drug addiction treatment. Since leaving a secondment to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in January 2003, Mike Trace has been working as an independent consultant. From June 2001 to November 2002, he was the Director of Performance at the National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse, a special health authority charged with overseeing the expansion and improvement of the substance abuse treatment sector in England. From November 1997 to June 2001, he was the Deputy UK Anti-Drug Co-ordinator. This role involved giving advice to UK government ministers on all aspects of drug policy, the creation of the 10 year strategy, Tackling Drugs To Build A Better Britain, and overseeing itÕs implementation. Previous to this, Mike worked in and managed projects tackling drug-related offending for many years. From 1987 to 1995 he was Head of the Criminal Justice Service at The Cranstoun Projects, one of the largest independent sector providers of drug services. In 1986 he worked for the California Youth Authority on rehabilitation for drug-using offenders in the USA. Mike was a member of the Criminal Justice Working Group of the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD) from 1992 to 1995 and was a full member of ACMD since 1996. From 1995 to 1997, he was Chief Executive of the Rehabilitation of Addicted Prisoners Trust (RAPT) and Chair of the Criminal Justice Forum of the Standing Conference on Drug Abuse. Mike has chaired United Nations technical committees on the drugs issue and was for 2 years Chairman of the Lisbon based, European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction where he was responsible for overseeing the collection and analysis of objective, reliable information concerning drugs and drug addiction at a European level. Mike was interviewed at the International Harm Reduction Conference in Warsaw, 2007.
Просмотров: 1838 Drugreporter
Afghanistan's Deposed Heroin Kingpin
 
28:06
America's Blind Eye (2002): This archive report exposes Afghan drug lord Haji Bashir Noorzai, head honcho of Afghanistan's heroin trade. For similar stories see our Drug Wars playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlGSlkijht5gE0xdjKlubaVbDDmPVCgJL Behind The Taliban Mask: The Other Side Of Afghanistan's Front-line https://youtu.be/5OI8Y0jjM0k Inside Myanmar's Soaring Heroin Trade https://youtu.be/_5zC1WitvLw Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures For downloads and more information visit: https://www.journeyman.tv/film/1276/americas-blind-eye Following the arrest of Afghan heroin baron, Haji Bashir Noorzai, we bring back the award-winning report which first exposed him. It contains excellent undercover footage of the Kandahar opium markets. On the streets of Sangin, it is business as usual for the opium wholesalers and brokers. "We buy it from the farmers here and then we take it to the Iranian border," comments one local dealer. At $800 a kilo, opium is too lucrative to ignore and the traders are relieved the Americans show no intention of closing down their operations. "You take away opium and you suck the oxygen out of this economy," says Michael Ware of Time magazine. Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews ABC Australia - Ref. 1276 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
Просмотров: 956447 Journeyman Pictures
Information against Antidepressants
 
09:48
A description of the other side of antidepressants that the world needs to know more about
Просмотров: 8943 Josh Bell
Young Woman's Testimony On Inhalant Abuse Educational Video
 
06:17
Young Woman's Testimony On Inhalant Abuse Educational Video. Inhalant use by 12 and 13 year olds is a marker for future drug use and delinquent behavior, according to a new report by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), released today at a press conference by the National Inhalant Prevention Coalition to kick off National Inhalants & Poisons Awareness Week. Speaker: Jessie, a young woman in treatment for inhalant abuse in Indianapolis. Inhalants affect your brain. Inhalants are substances or fumes from products such as glue or paint thinner that are sniffed or "huffed" to cause an immediate high. Because they affect your brain with much greater speed and force than many other substances, they can cause irreversible physical and mental damage before you know what's happened. Inhalants affect your heart. Inhalants starve the body of oxygen and force the heart to beat irregularly and more rapidly--that can be dangerous for your body. Inhalants damage other parts of your body. People who use inhalants can experience nausea and nosebleeds; develop liver, lung, and kidney problems; and lose their sense of hearing or smell. Chronic use can lead to muscle wasting and reduced muscle tone and strength. Inhalants can cause sudden death. Inhalants can kill you instantly. Inhalant users can die by suffocation, choking on their vomit, or having a heart attack. How can you tell if a friend is using inhalants? Sometimes it's tough to tell. But there are signs you can look for. If your friend has one or more of the following warning signs, he or she may be using inhalants: Slurred speech Drunk, dizzy, or dazed appearance Unusual breath odor Chemical smell on clothing Paint stains on body or face Red eyes Runny nose What can you do to help someone who is using inhalants? Be a real friend. Encourage your friend to seek professional help. For information and referrals, call the National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information at 800-729-6686. Public Domain Video.
Просмотров: 5545 rosaryfilms
Heroin Has Not Gone Away - Anti-Drug Educational Video - 04
 
21:49
Heroin Part 4 public domain video. Heroin: The Next Generation. Viewers will learn about the different types of heroin being peddled on the streets of America, how heroin affects the users and hear first person accounts about heroin use from former users. Find out how the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office broke a major heroin trafficking ring that was selling the drug to young people in the affluent suburb of Scottsdale, Arizona. What goes around comes around -- and Heroin is back! But the face of yesterday's junkie is not the face of the junkie of today. More young people than ever before are shooting it, snorting it — even smoking it. And they're getting more bang for their buck when buying their heroin on the streets today. One reason: The purity of this drug is the highest at the street level than it's ever been -- that means users don't have to use needles to inject the drug into their veins. The new ability to snort or smoke heroin is enticing more young people than ever before to give it a try. Back in the 60s and 70s, heroin users primarily injected the drug into their bloodstream. The next generation of heroin users do not have to use needles to get high on heroin. Smoking it or snorting it is more appealing to younger and first-time users by eliminating the fear of needles and syringe-associated diseases such as HIV, AIDS and hepatitis -- not to mention the stigma associated with the stereotypical "junkie" who "shoots up" the drug. Another reason heroin use is on the rise, according to James Hall, an epidemiologist for Up Front Drug Information Center in Miami, Florida is because prescription drug abuse is on the rise. "Young people who try prescription narcotic opiate drugs and like the effects of those drugs are turning to heroin because it packs a similar, yet more powerful punch than prescription narcotic opiates," Hall says. "That's why prescription drug abuse is becoming a stepping stone to first time heroin users." Program Objectives: This program discusses, among other things, the following: Learn about the different types of heroin being peddled on the streets of America. Learn how heroine affects the users. Hear first person accounts about heroin use from a former users. Explore heroin trafficking trends and methods of delivery of the drug into the U.S. Find out how the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office broke a major heroin trafficking ring that was selling the drug to young people in the affluent suburb of Scottsdale, Arizona. Panelists: TBA. Sponsors: This program is sponsored the Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training (MCTFT) with the technical support of the Satellite Education Network (SEN) at Ft. Lee, VA. Public domain video.
Просмотров: 15424 rosaryfilms
Heroin Has Not Gone Away - Anti-Drug Educational Video - 01
 
26:11
Heroin Part 1 public domain video. Heroin: The Next Generation. Viewers will learn about the different types of heroin being peddled on the streets of America, how heroin affects the users and hear first person accounts about heroin use from former users. Find out how the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office broke a major heroin trafficking ring that was selling the drug to young people in the affluent suburb of Scottsdale, Arizona. What goes around comes around -- and Heroin is back! But the face of yesterday's junkie is not the face of the junkie of today. More young people than ever before are shooting it, snorting it — even smoking it. And they're getting more bang for their buck when buying their heroin on the streets today. One reason: The purity of this drug is the highest at the street level than it's ever been -- that means users don't have to use needles to inject the drug into their veins. The new ability to snort or smoke heroin is enticing more young people than ever before to give it a try. Back in the 60s and 70s, heroin users primarily injected the drug into their bloodstream. The next generation of heroin users do not have to use needles to get high on heroin. Smoking it or snorting it is more appealing to younger and first-time users by eliminating the fear of needles and syringe-associated diseases such as HIV, AIDS and hepatitis -- not to mention the stigma associated with the stereotypical "junkie" who "shoots up" the drug. Another reason heroin use is on the rise, according to James Hall, an epidemiologist for Up Front Drug Information Center in Miami, Florida is because prescription drug abuse is on the rise. "Young people who try prescription narcotic opiate drugs and like the effects of those drugs are turning to heroin because it packs a similar, yet more powerful punch than prescription narcotic opiates," Hall says. "That's why prescription drug abuse is becoming a stepping stone to first time heroin users." Program Objectives: This program discusses, among other things, the following: Learn about the different types of heroin being peddled on the streets of America. Learn how heroine affects the users. Hear first person accounts about heroin use from a former users. Explore heroin trafficking trends and methods of delivery of the drug into the U.S. Find out how the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office broke a major heroin trafficking ring that was selling the drug to young people in the affluent suburb of Scottsdale, Arizona. Panelists: TBA. Sponsors: This program is sponsored the Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training (MCTFT) with the technical support of the Satellite Education Network (SEN) at Ft. Lee, VA. Public domain video.
Просмотров: 65435 rosaryfilms
Target 5: Dumspter Diving for Drugs
 
04:53
You might be surprised where some people are finding information about your private medical history.
Просмотров: 2622 WLWT
How to Sue Drug Companies for Free
 
08:59
Defective drug legislation is big right now. Pharma is rapidly becoming the next big tobacco but on a much grander scale. Class action lawsuits with 10,000s of victims are lashing out against drug firms while even State governments level more lawsuits against them. Law firms are suing pharmaceutical companies for unethical marketing practices, a failure to warn the public about potentially harmful and sometimes deadly side effects when they were known about prior to marketing, downplaying side effects while hyping up benefits, etc. If you have been damaged by a medication you can potentially sue and in most cases lawyers will take your case for free. Some drugs that are listed on law office websites as defective drugs include; Vioxx, Bextra, Celebrex, Crestor, Baycol, Viagra, Cialis, Risperdal, Seroguel, Zyprexa, Adderall, Ritalin, Neurotin, Paxil, Prozac, Ambien, Zoloft. Some defective drugs have been associated with death, suicide, homicide, neurological damage, heart attacks, diabetes, excessive weight gain, sexual dysfunction, impertinency, vision loss and a host of other side effects. Virtually every psychotropic (psychiatric) drug is listed on some defective drug website including antidepressants, antipsychotic, anti-anxiety medications (anxiolytics), etc. Drug companies that are being sued include Eli Lilly, Pfizer, Johnson and Johnson, Janssen, Abbott, Novartis, Wyeth, etc. You can get a free legal consultations just by doing a search with the drug name and the world lawyer. #Psychetruth #WellnessPlus
Просмотров: 29469 PsycheTruth
Opportunities For Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine
 
52:33
Google TechTalks February 23, 2006 Russ B. Altman Prof. Altman is the director of the Center for Biomedical Computation at Stanford University and is director of the biomedical informatics training program. He is also the principal investigator of a project, PharmGKB, which is an online database of genetic and phenotype information from people who have participated in research studies at various medical centers participating in the PGRN. ABSTRACT Pharmacogenomics is the study of how variation in human genes leads to variation in drug response. One of the major promises of the genome project was to improve medical outcomes for patients by using knowledge of their genetic background. The PharmGKB...
Просмотров: 3409 GoogleTechTalks
The Varying Attitudes Towards Drug Use Around The World (1997)
 
28:39
The World on a Trip (1997) - This film highlights the difficulties of global control in a world where drug consumption has never been so high. Subscribe to Journeyman here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures# In Cape Town - South Africa, young men crouch in an alleyway smoking Mandrax, a slimming drug. In Germany they'd never get away with it. There we see drug officers degrading young addicts who can be subject to searches 3 times a day. German judge Nescovic tells us police crackdowns have no effect. Harry, in his 30s, has been experimenting with drugs since he was 10. He tried to go straight many times but always he succumbed to crime to finance his addiction. The days of the ideological drug culture, alternative lifestyles, consciousness-raising ideals, are over. Drug-taking today is more indiscriminate, less idealistic. In the USA, injecting crack cocaine was once a desperate thing to do. Today Cliff, who's thoroughly middle class, shows us how it's done. In Holland we look at what the unique liberalisation of drugs has meant. Throughout Western Europe the cutting edge of drug reform concerns cannabis use. We examine the endemic use of cannabis, and the institutional resistance to it. Society faces a dilemma. What is right and what is wrong? For more information, visit https://www.journeyman.tv/film/400 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures ABC Australia - Ref. 0400
Просмотров: 7233 Journeyman Pictures
Vioxx Information: Legal Rights of Victims, Find Attorney, L
 
01:16
Video in which Marilyn McGoldrick of Thornton & Naumes, LLP discusses Vioxx litigation and the dangers of the drug, from LegalView: Information on class action lawsuits, class action attorneys, and more from http://www.tenlaw.com and http://www.legalview.com
Просмотров: 373 Legalview
Having the Drug Talk with your Parents
 
02:40
Marsha Rosenbaum, Director of the San Francisco branch of the Drug Policy Alliance and concerned parent, offers advice to young people about initiating and maintaining the drug talk with parents. For more information go to www.safety1st.com
Просмотров: 2364 Drug Policy Alliance
Arizona State Drug Facts - call 1-800-468-6933
 
02:19
Highly successful Drug Rehab Program where 76% of graduates stay drug free. For more information or to talk with one of our counselors, please call 1-800-468-6933. We are located in southeastern Oklahoma, on beautiful Lake Eufaula. We are a non-traditional program, in which we offer a Sauna program that eliminates harmful toxins (ie. drug residues) from your body.
Просмотров: 235 drugrehab10
Parents Whose Child Died by Inhalant Abuse Educational Video
 
07:01
Parents Whose Child Died by Inhalant Abuse Educational Video. Inhalant use by 12 and 13 year olds is a marker for future drug use and delinquent behavior, according to a new report by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), released today at a press conference by the National Inhalant Prevention Coalition to kick off National Inhalants & Poisons Awareness Week. Speaker: Jeanette and James Smith, parents of a student who died from inhalant use in Ohio. Inhalants affect your brain. Inhalants are substances or fumes from products such as glue or paint thinner that are sniffed or "huffed" to cause an immediate high. Because they affect your brain with much greater speed and force than many other substances, they can cause irreversible physical and mental damage before you know what's happened. Inhalants affect your heart. Inhalants starve the body of oxygen and force the heart to beat irregularly and more rapidly--that can be dangerous for your body. Inhalants damage other parts of your body. People who use inhalants can experience nausea and nosebleeds; develop liver, lung, and kidney problems; and lose their sense of hearing or smell. Chronic use can lead to muscle wasting and reduced muscle tone and strength. Inhalants can cause sudden death. Inhalants can kill you instantly. Inhalant users can die by suffocation, choking on their vomit, or having a heart attack. How can you tell if a friend is using inhalants? Sometimes it's tough to tell. But there are signs you can look for. If your friend has one or more of the following warning signs, he or she may be using inhalants: Slurred speech Drunk, dizzy, or dazed appearance Unusual breath odor Chemical smell on clothing Paint stains on body or face Red eyes Runny nose What can you do to help someone who is using inhalants? Be a real friend. Encourage your friend to seek professional help. For information and referrals, call the National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information at 800-729-6686. Public Domain Video.
Просмотров: 11336 rosaryfilms
Richard Ashcroft- The Drugs don't work
 
04:19
A stellar erformance by Ashcroft, extraordinary live performance.
Просмотров: 576101 Dawkins82
Colorado State Drug Facts - call 1800-468-6933
 
02:26
Highly successful Drug Rehab Program where 76% of graduates stay drug free. For more information or to talk with one of our counselors, please call 1-800-468-6933. We are located in southeastern Oklahoma, on beautiful Lake Eufaula. We are a non-traditional program, in which we offer a Sauna program that eliminates harmful toxins (ie. drug residues) from your body.
Просмотров: 63 drugrehab10
Information about Unsafe Drugs: Legal Rights for Victims Nee
 
01:55
Video in which Sol Weiss gives an overview of unsafe drugs and explains how to go about filing lawsuits, from LegalView.com: Information on class action lawsuits, class action attorneys, and more. http://www.anapolschwartz.com http://www.legalview.com
Просмотров: 119 Legalview
Blackpool Drugs Raid, April 11
 
02:06
Blackpool police carry out a drugs raid in South Shore, Blackpool. Log onto www.blackpoolgazette.co.uk for more information.
Просмотров: 33197 BlackpoolGazette
Washington State Drug Facts Call 1-800-4686
 
02:12
Highly successful Drug Rehab Program where 76% of graduates stay drug free. For more information or to talk with one of our counselors, please call 1-800-468-6933.We are a non-traditional program, in which we offer a Sauna program that eliminates harmful toxins (ie. drug residues) from your body.
Просмотров: 150 drugrehab10