Health Facts Plus: Amphetamines

Health Facts Plus: Amphetamines

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Methamphetamines May Be Toxic to Blood Vessels (12/26/2006, HealthDay)

Incentive-Based Therapy Improves Outlook for Methamphetamine Abusers (11/06/2006, National Institute on Drug Abuse)

Mom''s Meth Use Passes Drug to Fetus (11/02/2006, HealthDay)

From the National Institutes of Health

Methamphetamine (National Institute on Drug Abuse)Also available in Spanish Methamphetamine Abuse and Addiction (National Institute on Drug Abuse)Also available in Spanish

Warning Signs: Is Your Child Using Meth? (Partnership for a Drug-Free America)

Treatment Approaches for Drug Addiction (National Institute on Drug Abuse) Also available in Spanish

Crystal Meth (Partnership for a Drug-Free America) Methamphetamine Pills (Partnership for a Drug-Free America)

Methamphetamine Frequently Asked Questions (Rural Assistance Center) Methamphetamine Use and Oral Health (American Dental Association) - Links to PDF Some Cold Medicines Move behind Counter (Food and Drug Administration)

ClinicalTrials.gov: Amphetamine-Related Disorders (National Institutes of Health)

Brain Activity Patterns Signal Risk of Relapse to Methamphetamine (05/09/2006, National Institute on Drug Abuse) Community-Based Treatment Benefits Methamphetamine Abusers (05/11/2006, National Institute on Drug Abuse) Methamphetamine Evokes and Subverts Brain Protective Responses (08/23/2006, National Institute on Drug Abuse) Methamphetamine Increases, and HIV Decreases, Brain Volumes (08/02/2006, National Institute on Drug Abuse) Motivational Incentive Program Is an Effective Treatment for Stimulant Drug Abuse (08/22/2006, National Institute on Drug Abuse) New Imaging Technology Confirms Earlier PET Scan Evidence: Methamphetamine Abuse Linked to Human Brain Damage (05/19/2006, National Institute on Drug Abuse) Treatment Curbs Methamphetamine Abuse Among Gay and Bisexual Men (04/10/2006, National Institute on Drug Abuse)

Methamphetamine: Abuse and Addiction Glossary (National Institute on Drug Abuse) Street Terms: Drugs and the Drug Trade: Methamphetamine (Office of National Drug Control Policy)

Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Locator (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)

Drug Enforcement Administration National Institute on Drug Abuse Office of National Drug Control Policy Partnership for a Drug-Free America

Methamphetamine (Office of National Drug Control Policy) Methamphetamine Use, Abuse, and Dependence: 2002, 2003, and 2004 (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) Smoked Methamphetamine/Amphetamines: 1992-2002 (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) Trends in Methamphetamine/Amphetamine Admissions to Treatment: 1993-2003 (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)

Children at Clandestine Methamphetamine Labs: Helping Meth''s Youngest Victims (Dept. of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime) - Links to PDF Mind Over Matter: Methamphetamine (National Institute on Drug Abuse) What You Need to Know about Drugs: Methamphetamines (Nemours Foundation)

NIDA for Teens (National Institute on Drug Abuse) Tips for Teens: The Truth about Methamphetamine (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)

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Date last updated: 31 December 2006 Topic last reviewed: 03 January 2007