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6th December 2016 Hair testing has been used as common practice for years in relation to drug and alcohol testing.  Many don’t realise that there could be a more convenient and reliable alternative in nail testing. Does your client have minimal body hair and need to provide a significant... Read More

6th December 2016

UK Government ban on legal highs: What you need to know

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What is it? The Psychoactive Substances Act was due to come into effect on 6th April 2016, but this has since been delayed to at least May. The act aims to ban any substance that is capable of producing a psychoactive effect, there are, however, a list of exemptions of everyday substances, such... Read More

21st April 2016

What is the Influence of War on the Global Drug Market?

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Since the start of the century society has experienced a clear relationship between the amount, type and use of illegal drugs and the many wars across the world. One such example of the effect was the global shortage in heroin peaking during the Afghanistan war in 2005.  Whist it may appear... Read More

28th January 2016
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New Research into Hair and Blood Alcohol Testing

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Testing for the ingestion of alcohol can be important for a variety of cases, criminal and otherwise. However, ethanol is quickly absorbed by the body, so once metabolism occurs testing for alcohol abuse often becomes difficult. Blood and urine samples can be taken, but results tend to be weak... Read More

16th December 2014
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Nail Testing - A New Alternative to Hair Testing

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Determining drug and/or alcohol abuse is usually done through hair testing, but many circumstances render this approach impossible: baldness, religious grounds, or reluctant participants are all potential issues. Sometimes, collection agents even arrive only to find the person under suspicion... Read More

30th November 2014

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