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(2Mar06) "Admissions to Treatment for Methamphatine Abuse Rise Sharply," USDHS, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Online Press Release.

Greenfeld, Karl Taro (2Apr01) “Speed Demons: Methamphetamines are ripping across Asia,”  Time Magazine, pp. 32-39.

Rader, Dotson (26Nov06) (Methamphetamines) “How Could We not Have Known,”  Parade Magazine, pp. 4-5.

Wagner, Chris. (2005) "Totally 'Methed' Up," Center for Parent and  Youth Understanding, Online article.




Brasswell, Sterling R. (2006) American Meth: A History of the Methamphetamine Epidemic in America, iUniverse, Inc, 168pp. A story about the deep impact this yellow, crystalline powder has had on American life, from youth to housewives, heads of state, businessmen and poets.

Eerdman, Larry R. (2006) Mehampetamine: The Drug of Death, iUniverse, Inc., 80pp. Describes the most ubiquitous and powerful drug America has ever dealt with.


Johnson, Dirk (2005) Meth: America’s Home-Cooked Menace, Hazelden, 256pp. Although around for decades, this is America’s newest drug abuse trend and threat. A vivid description of the destruction, personal, social and environmental, this drug is causing.

Marcovitz, Hal (2005) Methamphetamines [Drug Education Library], Lucent Books, 111pp. Academic and clearly organized, this book includes a description of how an inexpensive treatment of asthma sufferers became a much-abused narcotic during the 1960s. Now, it has returned as “crystal meth” also known as “speed.”



“METH: Our Nation’s Crisis” (Toolkit for Change) “The first of its kind, this toolkit helps communities develop a cohesive plan to combat meth by using up-to-the-minute information and preventive strategies. The toolkit includes a CD-ROM of downloadable, reproducible, audience-specific guides for community leaders, schools, parents and health care professionals, and employers. It also contains a DVD with three educational videos to enhance prevention programs for teens and adults: Walking on Thin Ice, Meth: Shadow Across America, and Life After Meth.” (#2395, $295.00, from Hazelden Preview, 800-328-9000).