DRD

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AcronymDefinition
DRDDrug-Related Death
DRDDurand (Amtrak station code; Durand, MI)
DRDDubach Racing Development (Norco, CA)
DRDDevonport Royal Dockyard (UK)
DRDDuane Reade, Inc. (pharmacy; New York)
DRDDual Role Device
DRDDestination Route Descriptor
DRDData Reading Device
DRDDirector, Research Directorate (US DoD)
DRDDirection des Ressources Didactiques (French: Directorate of Educational Resources; Canada)
DRDDetroit Recreation Department (Detroit, MI)
DRDDopa-Responsive Dystonia
DRDDividends Received Deduction
DRDDecision Requirements Diagram (automation)
DRDDeputy Regional Director
DRDDate Rape Drug
DRDDrag Rescue Device (firefighter bunker)
DRDDual-Role Device (Wipro-NewLogic)
DRDDown Right Darius
DRDData Requirements Document
DRDDirect Reading Dosimeter
DRDDepartment of Redundancy Department
DRDDouble Rate Imager
DRDDepartment of Resources Development (Western Australia)
DRDData Requirements Description
DRDData-Rich Deliverable
DRDDiagnostic Repair Drones (Farscape)
DRDDunnage, Removal and DIsposal (shipping)
DRDDistributeur Rapide de Documents (French: Fast Document Distributor)
DRDDopamine Receptor D
DRDDynamic Resource Definition (IBM)
DRDData Requirement Delivery
DRDDisposal Release Denial
DRDDesign Requirement Document
DRDDisk Resident Data
DRDDemand Return and Disposal
DRDDecision Resource Database
DRDDependability Requirements Domain
DRDData Requirements Definition
DRDDepartment de Recherches-Developpement (Madagascar)
DRDDirection des Installations de Recherche et des Déchets (French: Directorate of Research Facilities and Waste; Autorité de Sûreté Nucléaire)
DRDDeployment Requirements Document
DRDDigital Repository Development (Library Of Congress)
DRDDiet Related Disease
DRDDisposal Review Date
DRDData Release Division
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COUNCIL bosses have pledged to "make every effort" to reduce drug-related deaths in South Tyneside after nearly 50 people died in recent years.
"Drug-related deaths are now a substantial contributor to worsening life expectancy trends.
It's not surprising but still utterly depressing that you're 17 times more likely to die from a drug-related death in the poorest bits of the country than in the wealthiest.
Lane County had the second highest number of drug-related deaths in the state.
A drug-related death can be, for example, from drug abuse that exacerbates a preexisting condition, from a medical disorder caused by drug use (e.g., hepatitis), or from "getting drunk and driving your car into a tree."
"This is in direct response to the changing drugs landscape, the continued rise in drug-related deaths and the recognition that current services do not meet the needs of all the people who need support."
It was the second drug-related death involving the venue in two years after Dylan Booth, 18, from Solihull, died after taking a substance at Rainbow on New Year's Eve, 2015.
A BIRMINGHAM nightclub has insisted it is a responsible venue after a teenager's drug-related death.
The highest drug-related death rate was in Brighton & Hove, with 20.7 deaths per 100,000 people.
"Safe Newcastle, in accordance with the National Drug Strategy, defines a drug-related death as 'where the underlying cause is poisoning, drug abuse, or drug dependence and where any of the substances are controlled under the Misuse of Drugs Act (1971)'.
A police spokesman said: 'We are keeping an open mind, but are looking into the possibility it was a drug-related death.'
People can also get advice on safer injecting and the prevention of drug-related death, overdose prevention, blood-borne infections, contraception and safer sex, alcohol misuse and nutrition.