Answer: drug-drug interaction is when two or more drugs interact pharmacodynamically in such a way that the toxicity of one or more drugs are altered.while drug desease is any negative feedback a drug come with like addiction, tolerance, dependency. examples of drug deseases are veral hepatitis, drug abuse, drug induced liver desease e.t.c.
Answer: It would be considered possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance if they can scrape out even the slightest amount of residue (any amount that can be measured--and they have scales that can measure amounts less than 0.0001 grams).
Answer: Marijuana is considered by many as a stereotypical gateway drug, but it is only a myth. Not everyone who smokes weed will use stronger drugs. In fact a majority of injected drugs users will answer yes if you ask them is they tried marijuana or alchool in the past. BUT you can also ask that question to your coworkers and a majority of them will answer yes too. There is no reason to think marijuana will lead to more and no scientific study result confirming a positive link between theses drugs.
The main reason why a drug user will try another drug is the availability of the drug in the area where they are living. dependently of the area and years the drug use portray differ.
Answer: You probably will not. Depends on a few things.
1. How much fat you have and how fast your metabolism is. Your fat cells store the THC.
2. How much you smoke.
Working out can help but if you do it for the couple of days before the test, it can end up sending more THC into the blood which will trigger the test. Of course, the safest way to pass a drug test is to not do drugs.
Answer: It can be and is done, in combination with narcotic antagonists, and is said to provide a complete detox in a very short time. It is called Ultra Rapid Opiate Detoxification (UROD). However, as always, there is no free lunch.
First of all, the procedure is done under general anesthesia. This is a major medical procedure, dangerous in itself when used unnecessarily -- and especially so when used in conjunction with opiate intoxication. There is a lengthy recovery period ranging from 6 hours to 2 days, during which the patient must be closely monitored by specially-trained staff.
In addition to the risk of general anesthesia and the recovery period, not much is known about the stresses that UROD puts on a body that has already been weakened by the addiction. The anesthesia stops the patient from consciously suffering the effects of the detox, but it is still severe. This is a further opportunity for problems to develop. Many patients have died during UROD. It is far more dangerous than traditional detox.
Patients are not provided with follow-up care, and do not receive any of the tools necessary to help them maintain long-term sobriety. One of the reasons for that is that, while legal, UROD is thoroughly discredited among addiction professionals, and reputable practitioners want nothing to do with it.
People who relapse after UROD are far more likely to overdose due to drastically reduced tolerance for the drug.
Finally, UROD costs $15,000 and up, and it is not recognized as a viable treatment method by most insurance companies. Very few will pay for it.
It is different for all people. That sort of treatment may help one individual with a certain kind of drug problem. But it may be more harmful to other types of drug users. many of those programs are not run very well making them a joke or causing more resentment towards the system. Also they rely heavily on brainwashing or "reprogramming" which they achieve through antagonistic and patronizing activities and couseling.
Answer: either a fuel flo problem or trouble in the ignition module some engine modules have a thin layer of grease or lube that needs to be refresehed if the engine has ever run too warm chk air filter too
Answer: There are two possibilities that could be the cause of your problem. If you are referring to the flame igniting and then shutting off the problem could be with your burners having difficulty maintaining a unimpeded flame, due to dirt build -up. When the flame goes out and the thermostat demands heat, the ignitor tries to restart the flame and the process repeats itself. If you are speaking of the heat cycle itself being of short and repeated duration in order to satisfy the thermostats requirements, then the problem lays with the Heat intissipator that is located within your thermostat. It is the small level inside that usually has a small pointer with marked graduations the is there to adjust the heat cycle itself.The scale usually goes from .10 to 1.2 . Most thermostats work best at .8. It is adjusted by removing the thermostats cover and gently adjusting the slider to the desired level. This can be accomplished by the average person if care is exercised. If the burners are fouled, the cleaning should be done by a qualified technician so that the burner heads can also be adjusted to give maximum efficientcy. Most heating contractors offer reasonable rates for this problem. Signed Been there...done that.