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In South Africa the abuse of methamphetamine has reached epidemic proportions in especially the Cape Flats area of Cape Town where it is called "tik" or "tik-tik". Youngsters as young as eight are abusing the substance where it is smoked in crude glass vials constructed from light bulbs.
Among persons aged 12 or older, males were more likely than females (15.6 vs. 8.6 percent) to drive under the influence of alcohol in the past year.
The current smoking rates for Hispanics were 7.5 percent among youths aged 12 to 17, 29.9 percent among young adults aged 18 to 25, and 21.7 percent among those aged 26 or older.
The rates of past month use of illicit drugs, cigarettes, and alcohol (including binge alcohol) were lower among youths aged 12 to 17 who agreed with these statements about religious beliefs than among those who disagreed. For example, in 2008, past month illicit drug use was reported by 6.8 percent of those who agreed that religious beliefs are a very important part of life compared with 16.2 percent of those who disagreed with that statement.

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North Dakota Residents Arrested in Drug Bust

Five Watford City, North Dakota Residents Arrested in Drug Bust Five Watford City, North Dakota residents are accused of possessing and distributing peyote. North Dakota Police say the five were arrested after a six-month investigation. North Dakota Officer Mike Schmitz says peyote is a cactus plant that can cause hallucinations for as long as 12 hours. Some tribes use it in religious ceremonies. Schmitz says that since Monday, North Dakota police have seized about a half pound of peyote with a street value of about five-thousand-dollars, along with marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia. The five North Dakota suspects are identified as 26-year-old Kristine Vaupel, 25-year-old Shelisha Rogness, 21-year-old Shawna Halvorson, 19-year-old Nathan Lohse (LOSH) and 19-year-old Hanna Rasmussen, all of Watford City, North Dakota. North Dakota Officials say they face charges of possession of controlled substances, possession with intent to deliver, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
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