‘Binge-drinking gene’: The cause of problem drinking?

Scientists believe that studying our genetic makeup could help solve the nation’s problem of alcohol abuse. Those that possess a gene, known as RASGRF-2, are believed to be more susceptible to binge-drinking, due to it boosting levels of a happy brain chemical when alcohol is consumed. Researchers say that this knowledge will potentially be used [...]

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Drug Users Take a Trip Down Silk Road

An illegal website, ‘Silk Road’, is providing drug users with an alternative to the sordid, late night meetings on street corners that was traditionally the business of drug dealing. The website branded by The Daily Mail as ‘the eBay for drugs’ was set up in February of last year. It allows users to enjoy the [...]

By | November 20th, 2012|Drug Testing News|Comments Off on Drug Users Take a Trip Down Silk Road

Rise in Club Drug Users

Often perceived as harmless fun, the use of “club drugs” such as “E”, “Special K” and “Meow Meow” are on the rise, and so are the health problems that follow. Overall drug use has declined in England over the past 6 years; however, a soaring 6,486 people were treated for regular club drug substances, compared [...]

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11th Annual National Pro Bono Week

It’s the 11th annual National Pro Bono Week, sponsored by the Bar Council, the Law Society, the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, and the College of Law; the time of the year where lawyers are applauded for their incredible voluntary work. Each day lawyers all over the world bring justice to those who could not [...]

By | November 7th, 2012|Family Law|Comments Off on 11th Annual National Pro Bono Week

Call for Legal High Ban

Government Drug advisers have called for a ban on the new legal high ‘Annihilation’, after the drug has left users unconscious and hospitalised. Prof Iversen, who is the chief drugs adviser, said the drug has caused users to become "severely agitated" and "over stimulated"; whilst Deputy Inspector Jim Bradley of the Glasgow Police force warns [...]

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Anglia DNA Sponsors Family Law Awards

Anglia DNA are proud to be principal sponsors of this year’s Family Law Awards, taking place on 10th October 2012 at the prestigious London Hilton hotel on Park Lane Mayfair. The event is organised by Jordans Publishing with the reception being hosted by District Judge Nicholas Crichton As a trusted provider of testing services to [...]

By | July 5th, 2012|Drug Testing News|Comments Off on Anglia DNA Sponsors Family Law Awards

Claritest Launch

DRUGS: HAIR TODAY AND NOT GONE TOMORROW Anglia DNA launches new drug testing service Evidence of drugs usage captured in strands of hair is to be used as part of Claritest, a new drug and alcohol testing service being launched by Anglia DNA, based on the Norwich Research Park.  It is the only laboratory of [...]

By | June 15th, 2012|Drug Testing News|Comments Off on Claritest Launch