The National Drug Strategy Household Survey Report 2010, ecstasy on a comedown: Australia’s new drug survey report For a long period of time there was very little cocaine in Australia
Nov 05, 2006 · Hi all, Each year, researchers around Australia interview regular ecstasy users as part of the Party Drugs Initiative, or PDI. The aim of the PDI is to monitor the use of ecstasy and related drugs such as speed, ice, cocaine, ketamine and GHB.
The report from the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC) found cocaine use continues to increase, with 59 per cent of those surveyed saying they used it, up from 48 per cent in 2017.
The most expensive places in the world to buy cocaine and ecstasy are Australia and New Zealand. The results of the Global Drug Survey 2015 indicate that drug users in both countries pay more for than others in the U.S. or any European country.
Australia’s welfare 2017 Australia’s welfare 2017 is the 13th biennial welfare report of the Australian This web-based release presents a summary of the national findings from the 2016 National Drug Strategy Household Survey. Females in their 30s were significantly more likely to have recently used cannabis, ecstasy and cocaine in
WORRYING new research has found ecstasy is back on the rise among young Aussie partygoers, with the drug increasing in purity and strength.
More people are buying illicit drugs like ecstasy and cocaine on the internet, as prices are now cheaper online than on the street, a new report shows. According to the Global Drug Survey 2015
According to the national household survey, between the late 1970s and the more recent survey (2011), the use of cocaine by the American population has decreased An example of a current Schedule I drug, as defined by the federal Controlled Substances Act, is:
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