Monday, April 11, 2011

''K'' Gets You Twisted

Tell me about it.

Club Drug ‘Special K’ Could Leave Users Incontinent

SUNDAY, May 30 (HealthDay News) — Long-term abuse of the recreational drug ketamine, often called “Special K” by the young partygoers who use it, is now linked to a heightened risk for pelvic pain and urinary incontinence. more


Anonymous said...

Chloroform can be made easily and other sedatives, such as the horse tranquilliser ketamine, are commonly in circulation in the criminal underworld.

In circulation in the criminal underworld.

In its first year the clinic has treated NHS staff hooked on drugs including heroin, ketamine, a horse tranquilliser, and methadrone, a drug linked to amphetamines, said Dr Clare Gerada, medical director of the Practitioner Health Programme.

The clinic was set up amid fears many health professionals were treating themselves or avoiding their local GP or hospital because of worries colleagues could learn of their health problems.

Since Kate and Gerry McCann were named as official suspects last week, there have been suggestions in Portugal that Madeleine was given drugs on the night of her disappearance.

The accusations have been strenuously denied by the couple but have not been ruled out by police. Although the order to seize medical files came from the Portuguese authorities, the background searches are being carried out by Leicestershire police.

Himself said...

You're not by any chance inferring what I have just inferred on Twitter are you?


Anonymous said...

20 September 2012

Sukh Sanghera

Drug companies have sales reps going round taking doctors to meals and giving freebies and who knows what else, surely this should be banned as it could influence a doctor to what they subscribe