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Habitual use of cocaine increases the tolerance levels; this makes a person take higher dose of the drug to achieve the same level of pleasure as before. The increased dose which cocaine addiction requires intensifies any adverse physiological or psychological effects of the drug. It also increases the risk of drug overdose and consequently the risk of death.
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Research and development on creating heroine vaccines is being conducted by The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI). It has done the initial experimentation on rats and now the vaccines are ready to be tested on human beings.
Heroin breaks down rapidly when it enters the bloodstream and then metabolizes with another compound known as 6-acetylmorphine before entering the brain. This process has made it challenging for the scientists at TSRI to create an effective vaccination against heroin.
The heroin vaccine being developed is able to keep heroin out of the brain. This creates hope because it not only targets heroin in the bloodstream but also its psychoactive breakdown of products and the compound it metabolizes into. This includes the 6-acetylmorphine and morphine which is one of the biggest reason heroin is so addicting.
Smoking, snorting, swallowing or injecting methamphetamine has been on a rise in Plano, destroying individuals and families on a daily basis. Meth addiction is hard to get over. Stats show that 93% of the meth addicts are unable to quit on the drug no matter how hard they try. This speaks volumes of how powerful meth really is. This dangerous drug is responsible for claiming a number of lives in Plano.