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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • At college campuses across the United States, students reported that the number one reason that they did not immediately call for medical assistance in the case of a drug or alcohol overdose, was due to the fear of getting the person or themselves in trouble with parents or school officials.
  • Crack is a form of cocaine that has not been neutralized by an acid to make cocaine hydrochloride, the pure form of the drug.
  • In addition to being marketed as "Bath Salts", some of these products are also being sold as bath crystals, plant food and herbal incense.
  • About 4% of high school seniors in the United States have used crack cocaine at least once in their lifetime.
  • The most prevalent symptoms of a cocaine overdose are reported to be rapid heartbeat, hyperventilation, and the user experiencing a feeling of impending death.
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People who speak other languages, other than English that is, should receive drug or alcohol treatment which is on par with English speakers. Speakers of other languages should not feel that their treatment curriculum or treatment setting is going to be any less effective because they don't speak English. There are quite a few drug rehabilitation programs available which cater to those who speak foreign languages, all of which offer various programs to choose from. For example, some substance abuse rehabilitation programs which cater to individuals who speak other languages are only short term rehab facilities, and others are longer term programs. Foreign language speakers should seek the advice from a treatment professional in their area to choose a drug rehabilitation program that provides rehabilitation services in their specific language.

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