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Lsd Affect Height Growth Teen
No: two-thirds of the existing in vitro studies have reported some degree of increased chromosomal breakage following exposure to illicit or pure lsd. With one exception, these changes were observed with concentrations of lsd and durations of exposure that far exceeded the dosages commonly used in humans. In none of the studies was there a clear dosage-response relationship. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there a hair follicle test that can detect LSD use by my teen? She tells me it can't be tested and switched from pot for that reason. I am at a loss for what to do. She was arrested for possession of pot and is on probation with random drug tests.
How can a smoking teen stunt his height growth? It's hard to believe how many inconclusive answers there is. So is it true? And if so by how many inch
not for a teen: Smoking can stunt the growth of a fetus, but typically by the time you are a teenager there are only a few medical reasons why growth may be stunted. If there are no other medical problems, then growth is affected by the height of the mother and father. Regardless, smoking has many deliterous side effects and is definitely bad for your health. Please advise the teen to stop smoking. ...Read more
Is scivation xtend supplement stunt the height growth for 16 years old teen? It contain citrulline is it stunt the height growth?
LSD test: Cost about $25 for lsd test. See link http://www.Amazon.Com/nik-drug-test-kit-lsd/dp/b002atuecs. Hopefully, you will use the test to monitor yourself as you get clean! get help! drugs are a way to escape challenges but only lead you away from true peace and happiness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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