There are a lot of misconceptions about people addicted
to drugs," Housami said.
Folks who are addicted
are involved in the majority of these bank robberies,'' he said.
He said: "The babies are born addicted
to the same drugs - heroin, methadone and crack cocaine - which their mothers have taken during pregnancy.
My motives for making such a statement are frankly this, there is an undeniable link between addicted
offenders and appalling levels of criminality, as heroin and crack cocaine addicts commit crime from burglary to robbery, to sometimes murder, to get the money to buy drugs to satisfy their addiction.
The people you profiled were addicted
, and I hope they can find help.
AMSTERDAM -- Researchers at the University of Amsterdam suggest that it is much less costly to society to supply heroin to those who are addicted
than to deal with them through the current systems of treatment and criminal prosecution.
In what organ did researchers find similarities between obese people and people addicted
AS THE mother of a heroin addict, I know what this evil does to the person who is addicted
and to their family.
Beginning in 2000 with Addicted
, which she self published on her own imprint, Strebor Books International, Zane's erotic novels have attracted swarms of readers and are dominating African American best-seller lists.
However, literature on work addiction asserts that work constitutes the drug of choice for some 30 percent of the population, for whom working is so vital to their emotional well-being that in fact, they have become addicted
When Martin Booth tells us that anyone can be addicted
to heroin, that it may take just one dose, and that it will certainly happen to you if you're foolish enough to repeat the experiment, he is drawing on a long tradition of anti-drug propaganda.
Wild's new documentary, FIX The Story of an Addicted
City, to Anne McLellan, the new federal health minister, other cabinet ministers and policy-makers.
Many people are addicted
to shopping or gambling and simply use the internet as a tool.
For those who are drug-dependent or addicted
and cannot gain access to effective treatment, these laws dictate a life of crime and of degradation, deceit, and (for the poor) prostitution and drug trafficking to obtain the money needed to shop in a violent and expensive marketplace," writes Ernest Drucker in Public Health Reports.
Other portraits, such as those of addicted
Hollywood stars, canny traffickers and daring enforcement agents play on more familiar images of celebrity debauchery and drug market violence.