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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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In July the Observer reported that drug-related deaths in the Stirling Council area had more than doubled in a decade.
Sanaullah, a member of the National Assembly (MNA) and president of the PML-N's Punjab wing, was said to have been arrested in a drug-related case.
Initiatives in Sandwell helping to reduce drug-related deaths include specific support for high-risk users, providing naloxone - a medication used to block the effects of opioids, especially in overdose.
It comes as figures were released showcasing the number of drug-related deaths, with a total of 521 between 2016 and 2018.
Ismail also urged the public to play their part in the war against drugs by supplying police with information on any drug-related activities.
She said:"For the first time, 2018 saw over 1000 drug-related deaths in Scotland.We should not underestimate the impact of those losses on individuals, families and communities across the country.
Albayalde said the PNP's support was 'in response to the Sona of the President,' referring to President Rodrigo Duterte's renewal of call during his fourth State of the Nation Address on Monday that the death penalty should be imposed for drug-related crimes and plunder.
The researchers found that after adjusting for confounding variables, each one standard deviation (SD) decrease in median household income was associated with an increase in drug-related deaths within counties of 12.8 percent.
READ:SC sets rules on drug-related seizures, arrests The three were arrested in 2015 in a buy-bust operation in Makati City and were convicted by Makati Regional Trial Court Branch 65.
"Almost 82-percent are facing drug-related cases," said Jail Officer 2 Emily Ann Guintivano of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP).
As for drug-related crimes, Huang pointed out that through geographic information and link analysis, police were able to identify high-risk drug-related sites.