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Motorist’s uncontrollable laughter helps lead North Charleston police to Methamphetamine

January 25, 2017: Officer said he acted “extremely nervous,” spoke rapidly and started “laughing uncontrollably”

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High rates of dental and gum disease occur among Methamphetamine users

January 24, 2017: A new study funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) documents the high rates and unique patterns of dental decay and gum disease in people who use the illicit drug methamphetamine.

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Courts dealing with Methamphetamine insanity defenses

January 9, 2017: Methamphetamine can trigger schizophrenic-like mental illness, raising legal questions about guilt and punishment when users commit violent acts while hallucinating....

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Meth Prevention Lesson

This standard-based lesson leverages MethProject.org and provides teachers with engaging, easy-to-use materials to lead a 45-minute class.

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Teen Advisory Council members play a key role in the Hawaii Meth Project and help coordinate activities on their respective islands to spread the core message "Not Even Once."

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