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...with...What they don’t want with what it is they really do want. Methamphetamine is a very addictive stimulant that is closely related to amphetamine. It is long lasting and toxic to dopamine nerve terminals in the central nervous system. It is a white, odorless, bitter-tasting powder taken orally or by snorting or injecting, or a rock "crystal" that is heated and smoked. Methamphetamine increases wakefulness and physical activity, produces rapid heart rate, irregular heartbeat, and increased blood pressure and body temperature. Long-term use can lead to mood disturbances, violent behavior, anxiety, confusion, insomnia, and severe dental problems. All users, but particularly those who inject the drug, risk infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS and hepatitis. I Hate Meth, a non-profit in Campbell County Kentucky, has taken a stand and is moving forward to attack this insidious drug and abuse that is destroying the fabric of lives each day. How can the message shift to focus more on what is wanted than that which is not? Learn what you can do. Join us for this SPECIAL EDITION SHOW. For additional information on I Hate Meth, visit http://www.hatemeth.com/HateMethAboutUs.html
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