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AHFS Drug Information
 
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Cowles Library Instructional Video on the AFHS Drug Information reference
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Drug Information Systems in PEI
 
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Learn how developers of health information systems connected hospitals, pharmacies and doctors to share drug information in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
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Scientific sources of drug information
 
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The lecture explains the scientific sources of drug information for getting quick accurate information. More details can be found at http://howmed.net
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drug information
 
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Drug Information
 
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Medooc is a search engine for researching medical information.It has been built by medical professionals to help others in the community to research and share credible health information.Doctors, Physcials and medical professionals participate in Medooc.com on day to day basis to help each other. For more information you can visit:-http://medooc.com/
Просмотров: 26 David Deutsch
Drug Abuse Education - It's a Fact!
 
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In this episode Nicolas and Marla talk about drug and substance abuse issues: ● Be a winner with our cool video game about living responsibly and making the right choices. ● Meet Sgt. Williams who tells us about three harmful substances that will prevent you from being the very best that you can be. ● Find out why it really matters how you choose to approach a problem and how you think about it. It's a Fact! is an empowering and informative Caribbean animated series for children. It's a Fact! is produced in Barbados by Vividview for the Caribbean region and Diaspora. PRODUCTION CREDITS: Voice Actor: iNDRANi Featuring: Sgt. Carl Williams, Royal Barbados Police Force Animation: Marcel Pragnell Illustration: Marcel Pragnell & Jason Cole Music & Sound Design: Brian Marshall, Shoestring Studios Written & Directed By: Liesje Cole-Pragnell Executive Producer: U.S. Embassy to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean A Vividview Production http://www.itsafactCaribbean.com © 2012, Vividview
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Assyst Rx integration to Quebec Drug Information System (DIS)
 
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This video demo of DSQ system integration with Assyst RX solution illustrates the enhanced benefits this IT solution provides in medication compliance, patient centricity and remote patient consultation. This video includes a realtime demonstration of various functionalities of the software (ie. generation electronic prescription, integration with Assyst RX).
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Understanding prescription drug labels
 
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When you fill a prescription, how well do you understand the label, stickers and information sheets that come with the bottle? Make sure you know what to ask before you leave the pharmacy. Find more info here: http://www.consumerreports.org/health/resources/pdf/best-buy-drugs/money-saving-guides/english/ReadingLabels.pdf
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Your Brain on Drugs: Marijuana
 
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TWEET IT - http://clicktotweet.com/W27Se This is what you look like, on the inside, when smoking cannabis. The effects of Marijuana on your brain, and how it defines your experience. Written and created by Mitchell Moffit (twitter @mitchellmoffit) and Gregory Brown (twitter @whalewatchmeplz). TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/AsapSCIENCE FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/AsapSCIENCE Music by Mitchell Moffit http://www.mitchellmoffit.com http://www.twitter.com/mitchellmoffit http://www.facebook.com/mitchellmoffit Art by Gregory and Mitchell http://www.gregorybrownart.tumblr.com http://www.twitter.com/whalewatchmeplz Some Sources--- 1) http://hvrd.me/d8XvEI 2) http://1.usa.gov/UdbYWS 3) Physiological Review (Journal), vol. 83, 2003 4) Memoirs of an Addicted Brain - by Marc Lewis 5) http://1.usa.gov/SD32mq 6) http://1.usa.gov/QYayt5
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FDA Drug Info Rounds, November 2012: Drug Safety Communications
 
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FDA uses Drug Safety Communications to let health care providers, patients, and consumers know about newly observed potential risks of FDA-approved drugs and to offer advice as to how these drugs may best be used in light of this new information. An FDA website is dedicated to reporting these Drug Safety Communications (http://www.fda.gov/DrugSafetyCommunications). The landing page features a chronological listing of all Drug Safety Communications. Also, the FDA creates press releases and hosts conference calls to proactively deliver messages contained in these Communications. We also create supplemental materials, like articles for journals, videos and podcasts and translate them into Spanish. Additionally, FDA's Division of Drug Information tweets every single Drug Safety Communication. You can follow us at www.twitter.com/FDA_Drug_Info. We also podcast these Drug Safety Communications. You can listen at www.fda.gov/drugsafetypodcasts, subscribe to us on iTunes or listen to us on ReachMD radio. [vpdrugs]
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Drug information
 
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project for my health class about prescription drugs enjoy
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FDA Drug Info Rounds, July 2012: Accelerated Approval Program
 
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The FDA instituted its Accelerated Approval Program to allow for earlier approval of drugs that treat serious diseases, and that fill an unmet medical need based on a surrogate endpoint. A surrogate endpoint is a marker that is used in clinical trials as an indirect or substitute measurement that represents a clinically meaningful outcome. The use of a surrogate endpoint can considerably shorten the time required prior to receiving FDA approval. Drug companies are still required to conduct studies to confirm the anticipated clinical benefit. These studies are known as phase 4 confirmatory trials. If the confirmatory trial shows that the drug actually provides a clinical benefit, then the FDA grants traditional approval for the drug. If the confirmatory trial does not show that the drug provides clinical benefit, FDA has regulatory procedures in place that could lead to removing the drug from the market. For more information, please see our website: http://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/ByAudience/ForPatientAdvocates/SpeedingAccesstoImportantNewTherapies/ucm128291.htm [vpdrugs]
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Drug Information Editor
 
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This video will provide a walk through for viewing, editing, and linking drug information. Highlights of this area will include: creating a Provisional record, setting a Provisional record to Active, and editing a Link ID
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FDA Drug Info Rounds, October 2012: Distribution of Medication Guides
 
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Questions have arisen concerning the requirements for providing a Medication Guide when a drug is not dispensed directly to a patient for self-administration or to the patient's caregiver, but rather is dispensed or distributed to a healthcare professional who then administers the drug to the patient. In some cases, these drugs are administered to a patient several times a day or several times a week. In November of 2011, the FDA published a guidance document with helpful information about when and where to distribute Medication Guides. This guidance document includes a quick-reference table for possible scenarios. The guidance document along with a complete list of drugs that have Medication Guides is available on the following FDA website: http://www.fda.gov/Drugs/DrugSafety/ucm085729.htm [vpdrugs]
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Stuart: Drug Information Application
 
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Drug Screen - Information on Drug Screens
 
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Drug Screen Information at: http://www.drug-aware.com Alcohol & Drug Testing (or screening) has really become much more widely used over the past few years. As more and more organisations look into drug information classes, many now test their staff for drug use (either legal or illegal) as a way of improving health and safety throughout the company. On-site drug testing kits are widely used in hospitals, treatment clinics, jails etc to offer prescription medications or to monitor abstinence; in places of work to enhance health & safety, and more and more by mums and dads that have started using home drug test kits on their children or partners to help discourage drug usage. Well known Varieties of Drug Testing Kits include: On site Urine Drugs Testing, Laboratory Drug Testing, Hair Drugs Testing, Saliva Drugs Testing. On site Urine Drug Screen The use of Urine Drug Test Kits has become commonplace in a lot of hospitals, drugs rehabilitation organisations, doctor's clinics and firms. End users can test a urine specimen for a variety of drugs swiftly and accurately. Negative outcomes can be read after as little as one minute, but positive outcomes will need a bit longer (up to 5 minutes). The advantage of screening with an on-site test is the speed, however, you will need to have a positive result verified by using a laboratory if you intend on taking action against the donor (e.g. if it is going to affect their work, or perhaps their position in a recovery programme). Laboratory Drug Testing This has the main advantage that the testing and the verification stages of the test are executed in one place - therefore you can receive the validated test result soon after the preliminary screening result. However, it is more costly and by the time the sample is delivered and prepared, it may take up to a week before you get the confirmed final results. Hair Drug Screening The benefit of a hair drug tests is that it can diagnose the use of drugs over a longer period of time. Hair grows at approximately 1 centimeter per month, therefore a 3 centimeter sample of hair is going to represent a 3 month history. This can be suitable for gauging abstinence, because it will identify any drug use throughout that time. Because of the processes involved in testing hair, this will take longer (roughly seven to ten working days) and is more costly when compared with most other techniques. Saliva Drug Screen Saliva drug testing is designed to be as non-invasive and quick as possible, which is a large part of its popularity. An important problem with this type of screening is the fact that whilst drug abuse is detectable in urine for several days and in hair for several months, saliva screening merely detects any drugs usage over the last couple of hours. Consequently, monitoring abstinence is far more complicated. As an example, it is possible that a person using heroin yesterday may well test negative today if using an oral saliva test, yet will test positive when using a urine based drug test. If you would like more information please go to http://www.drug-aware.com
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Afghan female injecting drug user gets help
 
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Waheeda, an Afghan mother of four started abusing drugs in her early twenties after she got married. With little access to information or help, she abused drugs for twelve years (through four pregnancies) before finally getting help at the Nejat Centre in Kabul which offers drug dependence treatment services. Since 2008, the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) through its country office in Afghanistan has supported HIV services for some of the most marginalized women in the country - women drug abusers and women prisoners.
What Is DMT? Joe Rogan
 
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DMT what is it? Joe Rogan looks into amazing effects of a molecule by the name of DMT "Dimethyltryptamine" which is found all through out nature including the human brain and is responsible for altering and expanding human consciousness. Edited by TragedyandHope Music Used: Immediate music - We disolve into stars Thomas Newman - Any other name
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Drug Side Effects Information
 
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http://www.sideeffectsuk.co.uk/ Discover the Side Effects You're Exposed to When Taking Your Medication. Music: "Again" by Secrets in Stereo Photos from: FreeDigitalPhotos.net
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What is IDIS Drug Database?
 
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Overview of the Iowa Drug Information Service (IDIS) drug database.
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A Drug Information - Third year St. Bernadette
 
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This is a video presentation about drugs made by a group of students from third year, St. Bernadette class. Director: Diane Bermudez Editor: Katkat Dagal and Trish Jimenez Reporters: Kimberly Abulag and Katrina Jose Members: Bianca Ramboyong, Rausette Ablaza, Melanie Salgado, Jasmine Poblete, Germaine Soylon, Isay Ferrer, Bianchi Chua, Trishia Cordero, and Sydney Dela Torre.
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Drug Tests - Information on Drug Tests
 
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Drug Tests Information on: http://www.drug-aware.com Alcohol & Drug Testing (or screening) has really become much more widely used over the past few years. As more and more organisations look into drug information classes, many now test their staff for drug use (either legal or illegal) as a way of improving health and safety throughout the company. On-site drug testing kits are widely used in hospitals, treatment clinics, jails etc to offer prescription medications or to monitor abstinence; in places of work to enhance health & safety, and more and more by mums and dads that have started using home drug tests kits on their children or partners to help discourage drug usage. Well known Varieties of Drug Testing Kits include: On site Urine Drugs Testing, Laboratory Drug Testing, Hair Drugs Testing, Saliva Drugs Testing. On site Urine Drug Screening The use of Urine Drug Test Kits has become commonplace in a lot of hospitals, drugs rehabilitation organisations, doctor's clinics and firms. End users can test a urine specimen for a variety of drugs swiftly and accurately. Negative outcomes can be read after as little as one minute, but positive outcomes will need a bit longer (up to 5 minutes). The advantage of screening with an on-site test is the speed, however, you will need to have a positive result verified by using a laboratory if you intend on taking action against the donor (e.g. if it is going to affect their work, or perhaps their position in a recovery programme). Laboratory Drug Testing This has the main advantage that the testing and the verification stages of the test are executed in one place - therefore you can receive the validated test result soon after the preliminary screening result. However, it is more costly and by the time the sample is delivered and prepared, it may take up to a week before you get the confirmed final results. Hair Drug Screening The benefit of a hair drug tests is that it can diagnose the use of drugs over a longer period of time. Hair grows at approximately 1 centimeter per month, therefore a 3 centimeter sample of hair is going to represent a 3 month history. This can be suitable for gauging abstinence, because it will identify any drug use throughout that time. Because of the processes involved in testing hair, this will take longer (roughly seven to ten working days) and is more costly when compared with most other techniques. Saliva Drug Screening Saliva drug testing is designed to be as non-invasive and quick as possible, which is a large part of its popularity. An important problem with this type of screening is the fact that whilst drug abuse is detectable in urine for several days and in hair for several months, saliva screening merely detects any drugs usage over the last couple of hours. Consequently, monitoring abstinence is far more complicated. As an example, it is possible that a person using heroin yesterday may well test negative today if using an oral saliva test, yet will test positive when using a urine based drug test. If you would like more information please go to http://www.drug-aware.com
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Ibuprofen: Important Warnings and Precautions
 
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An overview of how to recognize common and more serious side effects with ibuprofen http://www.drugs.com/ibuprofen Drugs.com is the most popular, comprehensive and up-to-date source of drug information online. Providing free, peer-reviewed, accurate and independent data on more than 24,000 prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines & natural products. Find helpful tools, wallet size personal medication records, mobile applications and more.
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Herbs For Natural Drug Detox
 
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How some natural herbs can be used to diminish withdrawal from drugs and even cure addiction. Yes, I said cure, as in to no longer crave drugs or derive any pleasure from using them, long term. Disclaimer: this is for information purposes only and is not medical advice. Some of the herbs mentioned in this video can be VERY dangerous if used improperly. Get the right guidance or don't use them at all. This video is dedicated to Julie. I hope you are able to help people with this information. http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/the-rush-to-prohibit-kratom/Content?oid=13321119 http://www.sagewisdom.org/kratomguide.html http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/03/19/10760892-asian-leaf-kratom-making-presence-felt-in-us-emergency-rooms?lite http://highbynature.com/bluelotus.html http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-871-PASSIONFLOWER.aspx?activeIngredientId=871&activeIngredientName=PASSIONFLOWER http://www.livestrong.com/article/413348-herbs-for-opiate-addiction/ http://www.purplesage.org.uk/profiles/valerian.htm http://www.pickthebrain.com/blog/20-natural-ways-to-shatter-a-drug-alcohol-or-tobacco-addiction/ http://pamkilleen.com/ http://www.voanews.com/content/potent-jungle-vine-brew-has-potential-to-treat-addiction-88923322/171118.html Gabor Mate on ayahuasca for addiction recovery: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScP2tIJJ2BA Important information on the risks of doing ayahusaca, please see: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TrsaPz-2yqQ&feature=related http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/story/2011/11/08/addiction-alternative-mate.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ibogaine
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National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information..wmv
 
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NCADI is a resource for information about substance abuse prevention and addiction treatment.
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FDA Drug Info Rounds, July 2012: Patents and Exclusivity
 
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Patents and exclusivity work in a similar fashion but are distinctly different from one another. Patents are granted by the patent and trademark office anywhere along the development lifeline of a drug and can encompass a wide range of claims. Exclusivity is exclusive marketing rights granted by the FDA upon approval of a drug and can run concurrently with a patent or not. Exclusivity is a statutory provision and is granted to an NDA applicant if statutory requirements are met. Exclusivity was designed to promote a balance between new drug innovation and generic drug competition. [vpdrugs]
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FDA Drug Info Rounds, September 2012: Medication Errors
 
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A medication error is any preventable event that may cause or lead to inappropriate medication use or patient harm while the medication is in the control of the health care professional, patient, or consumer. The FDA frequently reviews and analyzes reports of medication errors on marketed human drugs including prescription drugs, generic drugs, and over-the-counter drugs that come through MedWatch, which is the FDA's adverse event reporting program. FDA also conducts pre-marketing reviews of all proprietary drug names, labeling and packaging to minimize the potential for confusion. Furthermore, FDA educates the public about med ication error prevention through public health advisories, medica­tion guides and outreach partner ships with other organizations. [vpdrugs]
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Tramadol: Drug Interactions and Safety Concerns
 
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An overview of potential drug interactions with tramadol and safety concerns. Learn more about tramadol at: http://www.drugs.com/tramadol.html Drugs.com is the most popular, comprehensive and up-to-date source of drug information online. Providing free, peer-reviewed, accurate and independent data on more than 24,000 prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines & natural products. Find helpful tools, wallet size personal medication records, mobile applications and more.
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Why use IDIS Drug Database?
 
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Highlights of the Iowa Drug Information Service (IDIS) drug database.
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Teaching Kids About Using Medicine Safely
 
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Kids grow up fast. As they do we teach them as much as we can about safety. Watch this video for tips from an FDA pediatrician on teaching older kids about using medicine safely. For more information visit http://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/ConsumerUpdates/ucm291872.htm [vpdrugs]
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Lyrica (pregabalin): Side Effects and Dosing
 
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Overview of Lyrica (pregabalin) dosing and common or serious side effects. Learn more about Lyrica at: http://www.drugs.com/lyrica.html Drugs.com is the most popular, comprehensive and up-to-date source of drug information online. Providing free, peer-reviewed, accurate and independent data on more than 24,000 prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines & natural products. Find helpful tools, wallet size personal medication records, mobile applications and more.
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Wise Owl's Drug Safety Kit:  What is a Medicine?
 
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www.hrmvideo.com Based on effective, age-appropriate strategies for K-3 drug education, this curriculum carefully introduces young students to the concepts of healthy decisions related to drugs and medicines. Three videos use a mix of live-action scenes and colorful animation featuring Wise Owl and his niece Wendy. An interactive format uses video pauses that allow viewers to share ideas and discuss what characters should do next. The kit also contains three colorful posters that visually reinforce the program's key messages as well as a Teacher's Resource Book with cooperative learning games and illustrated hands-on activities. Each of the three videos relates to a different drug safety question: Is That Good for Me? In this video, viewers learn how choices—such as what to eat and when to go to bed—can affect our minds and bodies, either positively or negatively. After Wendy and Wise Owl illustrate the benefits of healthy decisions, viewers are asked to consider a scene where alcohol is present. This introduces the concept of dangerous substances like alcohol and tobacco. The positive effects of healthy decisions are also related to social skills and friendship. What Is a Drug? This video introduces the term drug and specifically relates it to alcohol and tobacco. The harmful effects of these substances are carefully described in age-appropriate graphic segments and live-action scenarios. Viewers are asked to share ideas about other dangerous drugs and why it's important to avoid them. Each scene also emphasizes the benefits of a healthy, drug-free lifestyle. What Is Medicine? In this video, viewers learn that medicines and other substances, like vitamins, can be helpful. At the same time, scenarios clearly illustrate the dangers of using medicines incorrectly. Viewers learn who is allowed to give them medicines, when medicines should be taken and how to take them safely. Viewers are also encouraged to ask permission before touching or tasting any substance, even one that looks like food. Wise Owl's Drug Safety Kit also includes: Teacher's Resource Book with pre/post test Filled with a variety of age-appropriate activities to further learning. 3 Full-Color Posters Each poster reinforces an important message from the videos with colorful illustrations of young people and the animated characters Wise Owl and Wendy. "Healthy or Not?" Cards Based on a similar Wise Owl video segment, each 5 x7 card features an object or activity that students can identify as "healthy" or "not." The back of each card features questions and discussion prompts to guide the teacher. 60 Wise Owl Stickers Colorful stickers are presented to students when they practice healthy behaviors modeled in the videos. Examples include, I exercised, I made a safe choice, and I got plenty of sleep. Reproducible Activity Sheets
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Protecting Your Medications 1 of 3: General & Basic Medication Information
 
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This video talks about different medications that chronic pain or chronically ill patients may take and why it is important to protect these medications. I tried to do this in two videos, but it ran over so it had to be 3. Sorry about that. I am trying to keep the videos shorter than 15 minutes. Links to information regarding heroin use: Adolescent Substance Abuse Knowledge Base: "The New Faces Of Heroin Addiction: Teen Use On The Rise" by Anne Watkins http://www.adolescent-substance-abuse.com/substance-abuse/the-new-faces-of-heroin-addiction-teen-use-on-the-rise.htm Partnership At Drugfree.Org "Heroin use Increasing Across Ohio" March 2012 by Join Together Staff: http://www.drugfree.org/join-together/drugs/heroin-use-increasing-across-ohio
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Drug Screening - Information on Drug Screening
 
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Drug Screening Information on: http://www.drug-aware.com Drug Testing (or screening) has come to be much more commonplace in the last couple of years. As more and more companies look into drugs education training, many now screen their workers for drug use (either legal or illegal) as a method of enhancing safe practices throughout the company. On-site drug testing kits are being used in clinics, recovery clinics, prisons etc to supply prescription medications or to keep track of abstinence; in places of work to increase health & safety, and more and more by parents who have taken to using home drugs screening on their children or partners in order to discourage drug usage. Well known Forms of Drug Testing Kits include: On-site Urine Drug Tests, Laboratory Drugs Testing, Hair Drugs Screening, Saliva Drugs Testing. On site Urine Drug Screening The use of Urine Drug Test Kits has become very common in a lot of hospitals, drugs treatment centres, doctor's clinics and businesses. End users can easily check a urine specimen for a variety of drugs easily and accurately. Non-Positive results can be read after as little as a minute, but positive outcomes require slightly longer (as much as 5 minutes). The advantage of screening using an on-site test is the speed, however, you have to have a positive result verified by using a laboratory if you are planning to take action against the donor (e.g. whether or not this is going to have an effect on their occupation, or their status in a rehabilitation programme). Laboratory Drug Testing This has the main advantage that the screening and the confirmation stages of the test are carried out in the same place - so you are able to get the validated test result shortly after the preliminary testing result. On the other hand, it's more expensive and by the time the sample has been delivered and processed, it may take up to a week before you will get the verified final results. Hair Drug Screening The benefit of hair drug testing is that it will identify drug use over a lengthier timescale. Hair grows at around 1 cm per month, therefore a 3 centimeter section of hair would account for a 3 month history. This can be perfect for determining abstinence, because it will detect any sort of drug use during that period. Because of the procedures involved with screening hair, this approach will take more time (approximately seven to ten days) and is more costly than other techniques. Saliva Drug Testing Oral fluid drug testing is intended to be as non-intrusive and fast as possible, which is a large part of its appeal. A major problem with this sort of screening is the fact that while drug use is detectable in urine for days and in hair for months, saliva screening just registers any drugs taken within the past couple of hours. Consequently, keeping tabs on abstinence is more difficult. For example, it is entirely possible that somebody using heroin yesterday may possibly test negative today when using an oral saliva test, but test positive on a urine based drug screen. If you would like to find out more go to http://www.drug-aware.com
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before 6 months, ADIC SRI LANKA Alcohol and drug information center
 
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drunkard's friend thinking about his boozer friend and laughing at him
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Wrongful Termination After An Employee Drug Test
 
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Wrongful termination after an employee drug test information at http://www.drug-aware.com. Have you been wrongly dismissed through a drug test at your workplace? Has there been some sort of error during your company drugs screening or is it possible the drugs testing data were mis-read? If yes, the friendly specialists at Drug-Aware Limited are here to help you. We're the industry experts in alcohol and drug testing, drug information, lab testing and employment law concerning drug and alcohol screening. Most importantly, we stand up for the truth. We can cater for both people who have tested positive on an employee drug test (and believe there was some type of error), and businesses looking to confirm genuine and legitimate screening results. While it is very uncommon, (the analytical portion of the procedure is usually correct), workplace drugs testing results can certainly be misunderstood. Equally, the chain of custody procedure might have been damaged bringing about weaknesses in the procedure which often can cause it to be rejected on tribunal or appeal. As specialists within the field, we will be able to investigate all aspects of the chain of custody procedures, as well as the results taken from it, and thereafter present expert analysis by means of an expert witness document. This could then be applied to aid your case. We have got well over ten years of expertise in this industry, and our results are self explanatory. We are successful in more than eighty percent of the cases we are involved in! Ring us on 0845 900 2755 or go to www.drug-aware.com now to learn how we are able to advise you. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=671CzUTjzow
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Drug and Alcohol Test - Information on Drug and Alcohol Tests
 
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Drug and Alcohol Test Information on: http://www.drug-aware.com Information In relation to Drug & Alcohol Screening Drug & Alcohol Testing (or screening) has come to be a lot more widespread in the last few years. As more and more businesses look into drug awareness, many now screen their staff members for drugs (either legal or illegal) as a way of increasing safety around the company. On-site drug testing kits are being used in hospitals, treatment clinics, prisons etc to provide prescription medications or to monitor abstinence; in work environments to enhance health & safety, and more and more by mums and dads who have taken to using home drugs testing kits on their children or family members in order to discourage drug usage. Well known Types of Drug and Alcohol Testing Kits include: On-site Urine Drug Testing, Laboratory Drug Tests, Hair Drug Tests, Saliva Drug Screening. On site Urine Drug Screening The use of Urine Drug Test Kits has become very common in a lot of medical centers, drugs treatment clinics, doctor's clinics and businesses. Users are able to check a urine sample for a variety of substances easily and accurately. Negative results can be read in as little as one minute, but positive results need a bit more time (as much as five minutes). The main advantage of testing using an on-site test is the speed, however, you will have to get a positive result confirmed by using a laboratory if you intend on taking action against the donor (for example whether or not this will affect their occupation, or perhaps their status in a recovery programme). Laboratory Drug Testing This has the main advantage that the screening and the confirmation phases of the test are executed in the same place - so you are able to get the verified test result shortly after the preliminary screening result. Having said that, it is more expensive and by the time the sample has been delivered and prepared, it may take up to a week before you will get the verified results. Hair Drug Screening The main advantage of hair drug testing is that it will detect drug use over a longer timescale. Hair grows at roughly 1 centimeter per month, therefore a three cm sample of hair is going to account for a three month history. This can be perfect for calculating abstinence, because it will discover any sort of drug use within that time. Because of the procedures involved in screening hair, this will take longer (roughly 7 to 10 working days) and is more expensive than some other methods. Saliva Drug Screening Oral fluid drugs testing is designed to be as non-intrusive and fast as possible, which is a major part of its popularity. A big disadvantage with this kind of testing is the fact that while drug use is noticeable in urine for several days and in hair for months, oral testing only detects any drug usage over the last few hours. For that reason, keeping tabs on abstinence is much more problematic. For instance, it’s entirely possible that an individual using heroin yesterday may well test negative today using an oral saliva test, but test positive on a urine based drug screen. If you would like to find out more on Drug and Alcohol Tests please go to http://www.drug-aware.com
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Drug trials reveal major information
 
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Ibuprofen: Pain Mechanism, Dose Safety and Drug Interactions
 
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A brief discussion of mechanism of action, maximum doses and drug interactions for ibuprofen http://www.drugs.com/ibuprofen Drugs.com is the most popular, comprehensive and up-to-date source of drug information online. Providing free, peer-reviewed, accurate and independent data on more than 24,000 prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines & natural products. Find helpful tools, wallet size personal medication records, mobile applications and more.
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Drug Policies - Information for Drug Policies
 
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Drug Policies information available at http://www.drug-aware.com The first thing that companies ask is "what is a Substance misuse policy?" Well a company Substance abuse policy is simply the businesses standing on alcohol and drugs -- what's tolerable, what's not tolerable and just what the consequences are in the event that someone breaks the rules. Such rules effectively end up being part of an employees terms and conditions of employment therefore so long as there is a notice period which is provided which exceeds an individual's contractual notice, it's perfectly legal for a business to put this into practice. For example, if employees need to give a month's notice before they choose to leave, you are able to give 1 month and a days notice that the policy is going to change. When this becomes part of each person's conditions and terms of work, it signifies that when a drug test becomes necessary as a part of the policy it in effect becomes a part of their job. Should they refuse to take a test, it is regarded as a failure to carry out a reasonable management request. This is successfully done by a lot of firms, as at the moment in the UK it transpires that more than half of all industrial and road fatalities involve drugs, alcohol or both of them. Drug Aware do that for companies. We carry out training, provide test equipment and laboratory products and services. To learn more, simply give us a call on 0845 900 2755 or go to www.drug-aware.com. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwmaxoE1MzU
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Hair Drug Screen - Information for Hair Drug Screening
 
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Hair Drug Screening information on http://www.drug-aware.com So, what is a hair drugs test? A hair drugs screen is a means of screening for drugs usage at any time throughout the last few months or possibly years depending on the length of the individuals hair getting screened. It is becoming more and more common for employers and for courts (either prosecution or defence) to ask for a hair drugs screen. Screening for drugs in hair allows a greater timeframe of detection when compared with urine saliva or blood. Our hair grows at about 1 centimeter every month, meaning that to conduct the most frequent request for hair drugs screening (a 3 months or 90 day history of drug use or indeed abstinence) calls for a 3 cm sample of hair. It's actually feasible to test any length of hair from 1 cm upwards. Because of this, the account of drugs use ranges from roughly seven or eight days history up to two years or more (if the individual's hair is long enough). You might be scared taking the hair sample is going to leave aesthetic problems, but it is nowhere near as damaging as it appears. Only about 50 hair strands are needed to conduct the testing and it should be taken from the top of the head. This might sound alot, but the average human head has more than 100,000 strands of hair! There are various advantages of conducting a a hair drugs screen. The most obvious one being they identify drug use or maybe abstinence over months, not days. Another is that that hair testing results are admissible in a court of lawcourt. The certificate we offer is a lawful record which can help defend or prosecute cases. Benefits of Hair Drug Screening: Hair Drugs Screening detect drug use over months, not days. Obtaining a sample for a hair drugs screen is very simple and non-invasive. Monitoring abstinence can be performed over a longer time period. Hair tests results stand up in court. At Drug-Aware, we pride ourselves on offering a total solution in regards to setting up a hair drugs screen. We offer expert support with regards to the screen, and are happy to explain everything (in total confidence) to enable you to understand the process. For more information on hair drug testing please go to http://www.drug-aware.com or call 0845 900 2577. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39AeBi6s9h8
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In Focus: The Drug Testing Process
 
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Giving a urine specimen is more awkward than you think. Past and present Olympians share their drug testing stories.
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Tampa FL Dangerous Drug ESA Information Lawyer Video
 
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http://www.fightfortheinjured.com 813-200-7250 The medical injury attorneys at the law firm of Mitchell Lloyd Feldman, Esq. in Tampa FL are experienced in handling medical injury and wrongful death cases from dangerous drugs like ESAs.
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PointCross Life Sciences Drug Safety Information Management Suite
 
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(http://www.pointcrosslifesciences.com) PointCross Life Sciences' DSIMS is a suite of software applications, repositories, tools, viewers, customizable workflows and stage-gated processes, and enabling technologies for accessing and managing nonclinical study data for researchers, toxicologists, reviewers, and regulatory reporting staff. DSIMS has a hub-and-spoke architecture for safety data. The hub is the NSDR repository, which has, at its core, the UDM (Unified Data Model) All data entering or being exported from the NSDR is in one of the exchange standards such as SEND, or HL7 in the future.
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Krokodil: Russia's Deadliest Drug (NSFW)
 
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Watch the newest VICE feature on Fentanyl, The Drug Deadlier than Heroin: http://bit.ly/2aB2Ead Like VICE News? Subscribe to our news channel: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News A homemade drug called Krokodil is gaining popularity in Siberia and its effects on users are horrific. Krokodil is Russian for Crocodile, because of the way addicts' skin begins to get turn scaly, dry and eventually rot right off their bodies. Even most heroin users are frightened by Krokodil and want nothing to do with this terrifying drug. For more videos from VICE News, click here: http://bit.ly/PILfBe Hosted by Alison Severs | Originally released in 2011 at http://vice.com Produced by Andy Capper and Alison Severs Follow Andy at http://twitter.com/andycapper Follow Alison at http://twitter.com/alisonsevers Check out the World's Scariest Drug: http://bit.ly/Devils-Breath Subscribe for videos that are actually good: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/user/vice/videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com
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Wise Owl's Drug Safety Kit:  What's a Drug?
 
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www.hrmvideo.com Based on effective, age-appropriate strategies for K-3 drug education, this curriculum carefully introduces young students to the concepts of healthy decisions related to drugs and medicines. Three videos use a mix of live-action scenes and colorful animation featuring Wise Owl and his niece Wendy. An interactive format uses video pauses that allow viewers to share ideas and discuss what characters should do next. The kit also contains three colorful posters that visually reinforce the program's key messages as well as a Teacher's Resource Book with cooperative learning games and illustrated hands-on activities. Each of the three videos relates to a different drug safety question: Is That Good for Me? In this video, viewers learn how choices—such as what to eat and when to go to bed—can affect our minds and bodies, either positively or negatively. After Wendy and Wise Owl illustrate the benefits of healthy decisions, viewers are asked to consider a scene where alcohol is present. This introduces the concept of dangerous substances like alcohol and tobacco. The positive effects of healthy decisions are also related to social skills and friendship. What Is a Drug? This video introduces the term drug and specifically relates it to alcohol and tobacco. The harmful effects of these substances are carefully described in age-appropriate graphic segments and live-action scenarios. Viewers are asked to share ideas about other dangerous drugs and why it's important to avoid them. Each scene also emphasizes the benefits of a healthy, drug-free lifestyle. What Is Medicine? In this video, viewers learn that medicines and other substances, like vitamins, can be helpful. At the same time, scenarios clearly illustrate the dangers of using medicines incorrectly. Viewers learn who is allowed to give them medicines, when medicines should be taken and how to take them safely. Viewers are also encouraged to ask permission before touching or tasting any substance, even one that looks like food. Wise Owl's Drug Safety Kit also includes: Teacher's Resource Book with pre/post test Filled with a variety of age-appropriate activities to further learning. 3 Full-Color Posters Each poster reinforces an important message from the videos with colorful illustrations of young people and the animated characters Wise Owl and Wendy. "Healthy or Not?" Cards Based on a similar Wise Owl video segment, each 5 x7 card features an object or activity that students can identify as "healthy" or "not." The back of each card features questions and discussion prompts to guide the teacher. 60 Wise Owl Stickers Colorful stickers are presented to students when they practice healthy behaviors modeled in the videos. Examples include, I exercised, I made a safe choice, and I got plenty of sleep. Reproducible Activity Sheets
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WHY they running? ADIC SRI LANKA "ALCOHOL AND DRUG INFORMATION CENTER"
 
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dont drink alcohol and sleep on road side.becauce people will not accept you as a good citizen... EDIT BY - MUFLI AHAMED
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Fast and Furious: U.S. Armed Sinaloa Drug Cartel in Exchange For Info on Rival Gangs
 
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'Fast and Furious: U.S. Armed Sinaloa Cartel in Exchange for Info on Rival Gangs' By Kris Zane http://www.westernjournalism.com/author/kzane/ Jesus Vicente Zambada-Niebla, the Sinaloa Cartel's logistics coordinator, now in U.S. custody, states that Fast and Furious wasn't about tracking guns in order to take down Mexican drug cartels, but about SUPPLYING drug cartels with guns—specifically and exclusively the Sinaloa Cartel. In a motion submitted by his lawyer, Zambada-Niebla makes the startling claim that the Sinaloa Cartel was supplied guns by the U.S. government in exchange for information on rival Mexican cartels. Not only did the Sinaloa Cartel get a steady stream of AK-47s, but were given carte blanche to traffic billions of dollars of drugs into the U.S. It was just a matter of business. One could call it the Chicago Way—taking out one's competition: the U.S. government would intercept and arrest rival gangs with Sinaloa Cartel "agents'" info, and the Sinaloa Cartel would take up the slack. The U.S. government looked good, winning the drug war, apprehending the bad guys. And the Sinaloa Cartel made billions. Of course the government got to then blame U.S. gun dealers for arming the drug cartels and call for stricter gun control. We could call it a win-win-win situation. Of course it was illegal as hell. But that never stopped the Obama Administration before. Is that what are in the documents Obama is keeping from the public eye with his blanket Executive Privilege over tens of thousands of Fast and Furious documents? Conspiracy theory? This is not the allegation of some lackey sweeping up cocaine dropped on the floor in Mexico. Our own government has charged Jesus Vicente Zambada-Niebla with smuggling a billion dollars of drugs into the U.S., of being a close associate of Sinaloa Cartel head Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman. How did this all come about? Zambada-Niebla, of course being a member of the Sinoloa Cartel was granted "hands off" status by the DEA, FBI, and ATF, and therefore was granted immunity, and thus feels he's been unjustly charged. According to a motion filed by his lawyer: 'The United States government considered the arrangements with the Sinaloa Cartel an acceptable price to pay, because the principal objective was the destruction and dismantling of rival cartels by using the assistance of Sinaloa Cartel—without regard for the fact that tons of illicit drugs continued to be smuggled into Chicago and other parts of the United States and consumption continued virtually unabated. 'Essentially, the theory of the United States government in waging its "war on drugs" has been and continues to be that the "end justifies the means" and that it is more important to receive information about rival drug cartels' activities from the Sinaloa Cartel in return for being allowed to continue their criminal activities, including and not limited to their smuggling of tons of illegal narcotics into the United States. This is confirmed by recent disclosures by the Congressional Committee's investigation of the latest Department of Justice, DEA, FBI, and ATF's "war on drugs" operation known as "Fast and Furious."' The ironic thing is that Zambada-Niebla has joined the ranks of Darrell Issa and the American people in demanding Fast and Furious documents. Continuing from Zambada-Niebla's motion: 'Mr. Zambada-Niebla in requests #48-51, seeks to obtain information regarding Operation "Fast & Furious" and the findings regarding that operation in the Joint Staff Report prepared for Darrell R. Issa, Chairman of the United States House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Government Reform and Senator Charles E. Grassley, the ranking member of the United States Committee on the Judiciary, because the materials requested are relevant to his defense of the public authority and are exculpatory. 'The Joint Staff Report revealed that the operation known and authorized at the highest levels of the Justice Department and which included agents from ATF, DEA, FBI, ICE, and the IRS, allowed guns to be illegally purchased in the United States and transported to Mexico to end up in the hands of members of drug cartels.' Glenn Beck's 'The Blaze' exclusive story http://www.theblaze.com/stories/high-ranking-mexican-drug-cartel-member-makes-explosive-allegation-fast-and-furious-is-not-what-you-think-it-is/ Zambada-Niebla Motion http://narcosphere.narconews.com/userfiles/70/Pleadings.Sinaloa.Zambada.pdf U.S. Govt response to Zambada-Niebla Motion http://narcosphere.narconews.com/userfiles/70/GovCipaRespond.pdf
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