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Saturday 06, Aug 2011

  Hamden Supplement Store Owner Found With Steroids

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Hamden Supplement Store Owner Found With SteroidsThe owner of a Dixwell Avenue supplement store was arrested in front of the store after he was found to be in possession of steroids, hypodermic needles, and Oxycontin.

Raymond O’Connell, 30, of Victoria Lane, Stratford was arrested in front of his store, Supplement King at 1423 Dixwell Ave.

Officers found 3.5 grams of Oxycontin, a small quantity of Suboxane (an opiate medication), seven 50 mg Stanozolol pills (anabolic steroids), hypodermic needles, and $2,919 in cash.

Monday 27, Sep 2010

  Arizona starts tracking users of prescription drugs

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Arizona starts tracking users of prescription drugsA centralized, state-managed database that can be accessed by doctors and pharmacists around Arizona, will be storing prescription information of legally sold drugs such as OxyContin, Vicodin, Ritalin, and Ambien.

Dr. Stephen Borowsky, an anesthesiologist and pain-management specialist, said that he is happy to learn that Arizona has finally decided to keep a close eye on medicines that have potential for addiction.

Pharmacy Board officials remarked that database access is recorded and limited to doctors and pharmacists.

Thursday 25, Sep 2008

  Abuse of prescription drugs, including anabolic steroids, on the rise

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A report released by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration reveals both positive and negative development. The report shows that abuse of narcotics, such as cocaine and methamphetamine, is on the decline. The bad news is abuse of prescription drugs, including anabolic-androgenic steroids, is on the rise.

According to the report, the most commonly abused prescription drugs include anti-depressants like Valium, narcotics like OxyContin, and anabolic-androgenic steroids like Anadrol.

What is more troubling about this trend, experts say, is that non-medical users of these drugs know little, if at all, about these compounds. Some people would practice taking random handful or medication (sometimes referred to as pharming) unaware or unmindful of the health risks, i.e. possible allergic reactions to these drugs or deleterious effects if these drugs are ingested with other substances such as alcohol.

It is also revealed that many of these users, both adolescents and adults, could become hooked to prescription drugs by accident. At the start, a person is prescribed medication for legitimate reasons; however, as the patient continues to take the medication, his/her body may become tolerant. As such, the dosage progressively increases for the medication to exert its therapeutic effect eventually leading to addiction.