Alina Snowden in Local News
December 15, 2022

Meth Water and Addicted Trout

Methamphetamine is popping up in the wastewater and the environment is being impacted because of it. There was a study done to test if brown trout could show signs of addiction and what they would do if they were exposed to meth polluted water, and the results are alarming.


Alina Snowden in National News
August 3, 2022

Meth and Fentanyl... The New Speedball

Recently in the news, you hear more about Methamphetamine overdoses. So, why all of a sudden is there a rise in them? The reason is speedballs involving deadly Fentanyl.


Aaron in Drug Education
August 18, 2020

The History of Methamphetamine

Amphetamines originated first in Germany in 1887. The more potent and more uncomplicated alteration of the drug (methamphetamine) was created later by a Japanese chemist who streamlined the process.


Angel Serra in Addiction
October 23, 2019

Why Methamphetamine Addicts Age Faster

Methamphetamine, most commonly known as crystal meth or ice, is a recreational drug that produces a stimulant and euphoric high. Meth can be smoked, snorted, or injected. Meth is often called “the poor man’s cocaine” as it is much cheaper than cocaine and lasts for much longer.