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Alcohol Abuse Uncovered

Infographics Alcohol Testing Hair, Drug and Alcohol Industry Updates

Alcohol is the UK's most abused Drug and costs the UK economy over £27billion every year. The statistics shock yet what are we doing about it? This Part 1 of the infographic series starts by uncovering the basics behind the the drug. How common is alcohol abuse and what are the effects.

14th July 2014

United Kingdom leads Worldwide drug abuse

Hair, Drug and Alcohol

The UK competes for many titles however the latest statistics from the Global Drugs Survey is something that many may want to keep hidden. The 2014 Global Drugs Survey has received over 80,000 responses in over 17 countries it provides a reality check on the changing drug habits. There... Read More

21st May 2014
What affects a hair drug or alcohol test result

What affects a hair drug or alcohol test result

Hair, Drug and Alcohol

When you receive your laboratory report it is important to understand that the following factors will have influenced the result. These should all be taken into consideration as part of an expert report ;  Previous Drug Use – it can take up to 6 months for a heavy user of drugs to show a... Read More

18th April 2014
Understand your client's hair drug alcohol lab report

Understand your client's hair drug alcohol lab report

Hair, Drug and Alcohol

As well as the expert report which should clearly identify the result of your clients drugs testing, it is important to understand the actual drugs result. There are a number of terms listed on the reports.  not detected – this means the laboratory was not able to detect any drugs in the... Read More

18th April 2014
Paternity Testing: What You Need To Know

Paternity Testing: What You Need To Know

Paternity

Aside from cases such as surrogate pregnancy, it's usually pretty obvious who the mother of a child is. However, this is not the same with the father and in cases of doubt, many families have to resort to DNA paternity testing for a definitive answer. It is estimated that between 5% and 20... Read More

17th April 2014

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