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Teenage Drinking? Use Alcohol Testing and Drug Testing Kits by addictiondoc Posted Fri 29 Apr 2011 11:34am Parents call me often to say they are suspicious about teenage drinking or teenage drug abuse being a problem in their home. Your gut is telling you your teen is in trouble, but whenever you confront your son or daughter you are met with… “No. of course not, how can you even think that. Don’t you trust me?”. The majority of the time, par ... Read on »
“Why is there so much controversy about drug testing? I know plenty of guys who would be willing to test any drug they cou by Single Dad Posted Mon 18 Oct 2010 4:13pm It’s been about five years, but yes, the nurses gave Pearlsky her amino acid in school today. Twice! But before that, I was summoned to the Superintendent’s office … (...)Read the rest of “Why is there so much controversy about drug testing? I know plenty of guys who would be willing to test any drug [...] Read on »
The naked truth: Chrissie Wellington publishes complete drug testing resume & history by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 21 Feb 2011 12:46pm With this tweet, "One small step to promote transparency, accountability and dialogue. The publication of my drug test history," Chrissie Wellington exposed the naked truth today by publishing a complete history of her drug testing including: - date of test - location - type of the test (blood/urine/blood passport) - resu ... Read on »
Yet another new drug (and drug test) by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Thu 08 Jan 2009 2:50pm As if professional athletes already did not have enough performance enhancing drugs to temp them to cheat---a German company has just announced a new test for benzothiazepines, a potential heart drug of the future which may also boost muscle endurance. Researchers and sports governing bodies are concerned that athletes may abuse the drug even ... Read on »
Should I drug test my teenager at home? by Karen .. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 10:11pm 1 Comment Do-it-yourself home drug tests are inexpensive and readily available over the counter. Should you drug test your teen? Here are a few things to consider while making your decision: What are you going to do if she tests positive? First, be aware that the tests are not 100% reliable. A positive result should be confirmed at yo ... Read on »
New Saliva-based roadside Alcohol/Drug Test Device in the Near Future by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 06 Aug 2009 10:34pm We all know or know of these devices and now the testing will be down to 90 seconds.  Next year the police agencies may have some new devices and this checks for a number of drugs too, not just alcohol.  If you are a registered legal cannabis user in California, a good reason to make sure you always have your card with your.  BD   In the v ... Read on »
Urine drug testing for buprenorphine (in Suboxone) by SuboxDoc Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Fri 29 Jan 2010 5:58pm 1 Comment I will introduce this topic by typing my response to a reader who asked whether buprenorphine, the active ingredient in Suboxone, shows up in urine drug tests.  More specifically he asked whether companies have the ability to test for buprenorphine.  I will end the post with a question… so please stick around to the end! Typical 10-panel ... Read on »
The Opportunity Cost of Drug Testing Welfare Recipients by Jason Schwartz, LMSW Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 06 Oct 2011 8:09am Keith Humphreys points out the harm/waste of drug testing welfare recipients: …welfare recipients, haven’t done anything wrong and  have a low rate of drug use . … Further, while there is no evidence that drug testing welfare recipients protects the public in any significant way,  regular testing of felony probationers coupled with modest ... Read on »
"Point-of-Work" Drug Testing; A Growth Industry by Bruce Friedman Patient Expert Posted Mon 17 Oct 2011 12:00am As everyone knows, drug abuse is a major problem in the country. I blogged about workplace drug and alcohol testing problems nearly five years ago, so it's probably time for an update (see: Workplace Drug Testing: Some Statistics ). A press release from USA Mobile DrugTesting focused on employee drug problems in small businesses (see ... Read on »
Wake Forest Using Body on a Chip, Miniature 3-D Printed Organs for Drug Testing by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 17 Sep 2013 2:06pm Well the money keeps rolling in for research at Wake Forest as they have not been as lucky in their medical records stating that the hospital states accounts for part of their operating losses.  They bring in a lot of revenue but it seems to go just as well without profits and they blame Epic medical records as being a source, but anyway back o ... Read on »