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adoral

[‚a′dȯr·əl]
(zoology)
Near the mouth.
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You'll actually care about [her]," Vivek says after pointing out that half of the student body are also taking adderall to accomplish all their tasks.
This mixed amphetamine is the generic version of Adderall XR (mixed salts of a single-entity amphetamine product) Capsules, CII, added the company.
In July a professional gamer admitted using the stimulant Adderall leading one tournament to introduce random drug testing.
A partir de 2014, la Liga Mexicana de Beisbol (LMB) determino restringir los permisos para que los peloteros que alegan padecer Trastorno por Deficit de Atencion con Hiperactividad (TDAH) utilicen Adderall, un estimulante a base de anfetaminas con el cual los deportistas mejoran su rendimiento.
A Clark University student shared anonymously that in the past she had used Adderall to work faster and to get her projects done.
According to several sources, Adderall and Ritalin appear to be very popular substances abused by traditional college-age students (DeSantis, Webb, & Noar, 2008; Herman et al.
But it seems the actor has hired a dominatrix to coach him through hardcore S&M sex scenes with co-star Amber Heard, 28, on new movie The Adderall Diaries.
The 'Anger Management' star took to Twitter saying that his twin boys are now in harm's way and in grave danger as they are being "raised" by a "gaggle of incompetent and lascivious marionettes all ruled and fooled by an Adderall snorting husk called Brooke", TMZ.
Following reports that she was threatening to leave Betty Ford Center after they cut off her supply of Adderall, her father, Michael Lohan, tells Hollyscoop that the detox has worked and Lindsay is on the mend.
is reportedly "freaking out" and threatening to quit the rehab facility in Rancho Mirage, California because doctors have cut off her supply of Adderall but has been warned she will be hauled before Judge James Dabney and sent to jail if she quits.
The prevalence of Adderall and the ease with which individuals, particularly students, can obtain it, through a diagnosis or illegal procurement, is alarming and presents ethical issues.
SINCE THE spring of 2011, patients, doctors, and pharmacists across the country have been reporting shortages of Adderall, a combination of amphetamine and dextroamphetamine that is prescribed for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).