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Vicodin: Prescription Drug Abuse & Testing

Vicodin is a derivative of opium, which also used to manufacture heroin. It is the most widely known brand name for a combination of hydrocodone and acetaminophen. Some of its generic equivalents include brand names Lorcet, Lortab, Norco, Panacet and Zydone. Vicodin Prescription: Vicodin is one of the most widely prescribed opiate medications for treatment […]

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Home Drug Tests: The Home Drug Test Kits and Second-hand Smoke


If you’ve seen what you think might be the signs of drug use or symptoms of drug use in your teen and administered home drug test kits, then you wouldn’t be the first parent to hear your teen tell you that they didn’t smoke marijuana and that they were the only one in a room […]

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Home Drug Test: Market Sees OxyContin Test Fill A Vital Niche for Parents

The Problem of Prescription Oxycodone Abuse As you may know, prescription drug abuse has developed into a huge problem in the United States. For example, a 2005 Monitoring the Future survey of high school students showed that OxyContin abuse went up among 12th graders by 40 percent in 3 years. OxyContin is one of the […]

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Home Drug Test Kits: Are Home Drug Test Kits Accurate?

by Dr. Deb Carlin If you’re not trained to recognize the signs of drug use or symptoms of drug use in your teen and are considering the idea of using home drug test kits to keep bad things from happening to them, then you wouldn’t be the first parent to question the accuracy of home […]

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Home Drug Test Kits: Is Home Drug Testing a Parental Necessity Or Overreaction?

To protect privacy, home drug testing kits can be ordered on the Internet and shipped in nondescriptive packaging. The accuracy of the most popular test kits is comparable to labs and medical clinics at a fraction of the price.

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Home Drug Test Kits: For Teens – To Test or Not To Test, What Is the Answer?

Getting Back Your Control As parents, you are legally and financially responsible for the behavior of your children. You have every right to know and get all the facts that you can in regards to your child’s possible drug use. So if you suspect your child is using drugs there is something you can do to stop and prevent further use.

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