Volume 96, Issue 63
Wednesday January 22, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Thursday, January 16, 2003 - 12:30 p.m.

Illicit drugs: the highs and lows

Allen Chen/Gazette

This week’s C&C feature examines the controversial, and sometimes deadly, world of illegal drugs. Through research, expert opinion and interviews with former users, The Gazette has compiled a profile on the nature, side-effects and inherent physical and mental dangers of common illicit drugs in today’s society.

 

The World of illicit drugs:
The good, bad, ugly and really ugly

Ecstacy | Mushrooms | Cocaine | Crystal Meth | LSD


In case you say "yes"

DISCLAIMER: The Gazette in no way endorses the use of illegal drugs. However, realistically, drug experimentation does frequently take place at the university level. The information appearing in this weeks Campus & Culture is intended to explain the potential harmful side-effects of drug use, as well as provide some perspective for those who choose to ignore these potential dangers

How to roll a joint... How to smoke a bong... How to snort a line... How to shoot up safely...



The new heroin, but not really

The Works is a Toronto health clinic that has garnered the attention of the media and health care industries. Offering things such as needle exchange, counselling, tuberculosis and HIV testing, it draws a number of heroin users through its doors. Most recently, The Works has also been proud to boast of a methadone maintenance program.

 


Signs of Overdose

The following are some of the signs of overdose you should be aware of if someone is using the following potentially deadly drugs – 911 should be called immediately if such an overdose is suspected...

 

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