South Dakota: Advice on the airwaves
South Dakota: Advice on the airwaves In Sioux Falls, Christian call-in show expands reach with Top ...

South Dakota: Sentencing set for doctor in drug case
South Dakota: Sentencing set for doctor in drug case South Dakota, drug abuse, OxyContin Sentencing has been ...

South Dakota former judge guilty of meth trafficking
ASPER, Wyo. -- A former Wind River Indian Reservation judge pleaded guilty to conspiracy to ...

South Dakota Drug News
The Sioux Falls Area South Dakota Drug Task Force executed two search warrants Wednesday and ...

South Dakota Drug News
STURGIS - Jeremy Buchholz’s methamphetamine use cost him a relationship with his daughter, several years ...

South Dakota Couple Fight Meth With Detection Kits
MARION -- After two years in their latest business venture, Joe and Cindi Newcomb hope ...

South Dakota highway patrol seize drug money
A highway patrol stop on Interstate-90 led to the largest cash seizure troopers have seen ...

South Dakota Aids Cases Connected To Meth Use
Eighteen people in South Dakota were diagnosed with the virus that causes AIDS during the ...

south dakota man facing 8th dui
The punishment for drinking and driving apparently hasn't had enough of an impact on a ...

South Dakota Official: Meth manufacturing down, personal use up
RAPID CITY, SOUTH DAKOTA — It has taken a bit more effort to purchase medicine ...

South Dakota prisoner numbers to grow, study says
PIERRE, SOUTH DAKOTA - South Dakota led the nation in prison population growth in 2005, ...

Hemp Bills In South Dakota and New Hampshire Fall Short
South Dakota - Pierre, SD: The South Dakota House of Representatives killed a bill (HB ...

South Dakota: Governor, recovered addict urge students to stay off meth
South Dakota - Gov. Mike Rounds urged students on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation on ...

South Dakota - A state Division of Criminal Investigation agent spoke Monday about the dark ...

SOUTH DAKOTA - When she visits schools, drug counselor Darcy Jensen hears kids tell stories ...

South Dakota: Crystal Meth Seized On I-90
South Dakota: South Dakota troopers have seized the largest amount of crystal meth ever found ...

South Dakota: Meth project update provided
South Dakota: South Dakota legislators were told today that eleven of 63 inmates of ...

South Dakota: Theft of prescription drugs on the rise
South Dakota: The suspect who used a gun to rob a Rapid City pharmacy July ...

South Dakota: Program helps female addicts regain life free of lethal drug
Methamphetamine use among women in South Dakota has contributed to a dramatic rise in the ...

South Dakota: OxyContin abuse on rise in South Dakota
When Phyllis Bauerle needed to feed her drug addiction, she didn't go to a street ...

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South Dakota Drug News

The Sioux Falls Area South Dakota Drug Task Force executed two search warrants Wednesday and arrested Dorian Wilbert and Kristy Edwards. Detectives seized over one ounce of Crack Cocaine, which has a street value of more than $6,000. They also found more than $1,300 in cash and drug paraphernalia. The Highway Patrol reports another drug bust on Interstate 90 in western South Dakota. The patrol says a trooper making a stop for a traffic violation found 155 pounds of marijuana in the trunk of a vehicle. An Oregon man is under arrest. It happened late Wednesday afternoon about 12 miles east of Rapid City.

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Reporting how long someone has been using Methadone and how much they have been taking can be extremely important in terms of choosing the best drug rehab treatment program.

From 2005 to 2006, the rate of past month nonmedical use of prescription-type psychotherapeutic drugs increased from 2.8 to 3.2 percent among boys aged 12 or older, mirroring an increase in the nonmedical use of pain relievers (from 2.1 to 2.5 percent). The rate of current heroin use also increased among boys (from 0.1 to 0.2 percent). There were no significant changes from 2005 to 2006 in the rate of past month drug use among girls aged 12 or older.

Ecstasy can interfere with the body's ability to regulate its temperature, which can cause dangerous overheating, called hyperthermia.

The most common names for meth are ice and glass. Various other street names that are used for crystal methamphetamine include Batu, Shards, Hot Ice, Stove Top, Blade and Kaksonjae.

The biggest red flag in terms of the symptoms of Xanax addiction is when the individual is seeking early renewals of the original prescription; illegal users of Xanax will often go to many different doctors to obtain more of the drug.

Among adults aged 18 or older with SMI who reported receiving mental health services in the past year, 38.5 percent received one type of care (inpatient, outpatient, or prescription medication), 51.2 percent received two types of care, and 10.3 percent received all three types of care.

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