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  • Drug Use Australia

    Approximately 43% of all Australians aged 14 years and over have admitted to using an illicit drug on at least one occasion throughout their life, alongside this, nearly 16% of Australians have
  • Chicago’s Rising Fentanyl Problem

    It is no surprise to anyone in the United States that opioid abuse has been on the rise in recent years, specifically fentanyl. The number of patients being prescribed painkillers has almost
  • Illicit drugs costs the USA more than $740 billion annually

    Abuse of tobacco, alcohol, and illicit drugs is costly to the USA, exacting more than $740 billion annually in costs related to crime, lost work productivity and health care, according to the
  • Italy ranked second largest consumer of cocaine in the world

    Italy has been ranked the second largest consumer of cocaine in the world by The Global Drug Survey 2019. The report surveyed more than 120,000 people from over 35 countries. Over 4,000
  • Our Ever-Expanding Test Menu…

    We have a continually expanding drugs of abuse test menu which includes an unrivalled range of new psychoactive substances, stimulants, analgesics and sedatives. Our significant reinvestment in Research and Development allows Randox
  • Drug Use in Northern Ireland

    The number of drug-related deaths that occurred in Northern Ireland grew exponentially to a total of 189 last year, which is the highest recorded level. According to a report carried out by
  • 2019 World Drug Report

    In the turn of the new year, we look at the current trends in drug abuse throughout the world and what the key figures say about drug use in the world. Opioids
  • Most People in Finland Aged Under 30 Know Someone Who Uses Drugs

    According to a survey carried out by the Finnish Institute for Health and Wellness THL, most Finnish citizens who are under 35 years old know at least one person who uses drugs.
  • Kratom: The Emerging Drug of Abuse

    Amidst growing concerns of an opioid-abuse epidemic in the United States, it has been established that kratom (Mitragynine) is increasing in popularity amongst opioid users and has been reported as the new ‘legal high’. Kratom is an