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drug-related

Medspeak
adjective Referring to an effect or response induced by therapeutic agents (e.g., drug-related adverse effect).
 
Substance abuse
adjective Referring to an effect or response induced by an abuse substance (e.g., drug-related crime).
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He also noted that Friday, the second day of Eid Al Adha, is designated for foreign male visitors to visit inmates between 8am and 1pm for all cases except drug-related cases and between 3pm and 5pm for drug-related cases.
In August, the federal agency released two reports on drug-related suicide attempts, finding that associated emergency room visits among people ages 12 years old and older grew from about 151,500 in 2005 to nearly 228,300 in 2011.
PennDOT statistics for 2012 show there were 3,306 drug-related crashes statewide, with 126 fatalities in those crashes.
The number of drug-related crimes in the first half of this year increased by 16.
Lane County had the second highest number of drug-related deaths in the state.
Men are also much more likely as women to be admitted to hospital for a drug-related mental health and behavioural disorders.
In the last year alone, consular staff handled over 650 drug-related cases.
The National Drug-related Deaths Database research put Dundee ahead of Inverclyde, which had 0.
The Public Prosecution has received a notice from the police that a drug-related inmate has been referred to the hospital after his health deteriorated," said prosecutor Hussain Zamil in a statement yesterday.
NEW figures reveal Wales has seen a fall in drug-related deaths over the past 12 months with fewer heroinrelated fatalities attributed to a controversial Welsh Government scheme.
The number of people executed by Iranian authorities for drug-related offenses has risen sharply over the last few years.
According to statistics published by the Registrar General, Scotland had 584 drug-related deaths in 2011, representing 1% of all deaths recorded.