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What is a Hair Follicle Drug Test?

The hair follicle drug test is one of the three primary employee drug testing methods used by employers. It is also beneficial for schools, parents, and anyone else that needs to rely on drug testing for assurance that someone is clean and sober. The name implies that hair follicles are used for the test. This causes some people unfamiliar with this testing method to wonder if technicians pull hairs from the head with the hair follicle still intact. That is not the case. Drug metabolites are what drug tests are seeking. They are stored throughout the body. The hair follicle…

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What is a Negative Dilute Drug Test Result?

A negative dilute drug test result doesn’t mean the sample wasn’t diluted. On the contrary, it’s a red flag for lab technicians that something’s up. Drug users need jobs, too. They will stoop to any means to “pass” a company drug test. The numerous detox products on the market testify to that fact. Not to mention the home remedies that abound. People that use CBD products also worry about testing positive for marijuana. With no regulations in place, manufacturers aren’t held to any standards. Some CBD products contain enough THC to cause a positive test result. They know they aren’t…

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Flying High with the STATES Act

If the STATES Act passes, transportation as we know it is a thing of the past. Buzzed Busing, Radical Railways, or any other reference to public transportation could easily begin this article’s title. Why? The STATES Act, also known as the “Strengthening the Tenth Amendment Through Entrusting States Act.” was introduced by Senator Elizabeth Warren in June 2018. The bill’s intent is on amending the Controlled Substances Act. Accordingly, it provides for a change regarding the Federal Government’s view on marijuana legalization. The reason for the proposed change, of course, is due to the number of states that allow recreational…

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How Does A Saliva Drug Test Work?

The saliva drug test, also called oral fluid drug test or mouth swab drug test, is becoming a more popular choice in the workplace. They are also used more often by law enforcement agencies when immediate impairment detection is necessary. Available with standard drug panels in place, they are customizable to meet a specific request. They detect any drug. There are several standard drug panels for use, such as the 5, 9, 10, or 12 panel test. For example, the most common drug test administered is the 5 panel drug test. This drug screen looks for five of the most…

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