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Illicit Drug Use, by Race/Ethnicity, in Metropolitan and Non-Metropolitan Counties: 2004 and 2005
Subject: Hispanic-Americans|Blacks|Asian-Americans|American Indians|Ethnic Differences|Rural Areas|Urban Areas|Prescription Drugs|Drug Use|
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Year: 2007
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Corporate Author: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
ID: P11-293
URL: http://www.drugs.indiana.edu/repository/popDensity.pdf
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Publisher: Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
Abstract: El uso ilícito de drogas varía significativamente por raza (incluso latinos) y ubicación. Los investigadores dividieron las áreas en 3 categorías: grandes condados metropolitanos, pequeños condados metropolitanos y condados no-metropolitanos. El uso de todas las drogas ilícitas, de marihuana y el uso no médico de drogas de prescripción eran todos más comunes en los condados metropolitanos pequeños y menos común en los condados no metropolitanos. Cualquier uso de drogas (incluyendo el uso no médico de drogas recetadas) era más común entre las personas de raza mixta, seguidas de cerca por los nativos americanos y hawaianos/isleños del Pacífico. Era menos común entre los asiáticos.///Illicit drug use varies significantly by race and location. Researchers divided areas into 3 catagories: large metropolitan counties, small metropolitan counties, and non-metropolitan counties. Use of all illicit drugs, of marijuana, and non-medical use of prescritpion drugs were all most common in small-metropolitan counties and least common in non-metropolitan counties. Any drug use (including non-medical use of prescription drugs) was most common among mixed race individuals, followed closely by Native Americans and Hawaiin/Pacific-Islanders. It was least common among Asians.
 
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