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The Step-by-Step Guide to Passing a Drug Test
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Nothing can ruin your chances at a job faster than a failed drug test. The consequences of just one positive test can bias employers against you for years to come, destroying your chances of finding gainful employment. Even if you're not the sort of person who occasionally indulges, any number of legal substances can create a false positive. Don't let your future hinge on some mass-produced, easily confused chemical detection process. The following infographic lays out a step-by-step guide that shows you what you need to do to pass a drug test, as well as when to do it. You'll also learn about some of the perfectly legal substances that can still produce a false positive, and the steps to… Read More
The Top Three Popular Drug Tests Most People Fail
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Urine Drug Test
In recent years, it is very common for employers to require prospective employees to pass a drug test before a job offer is made. In addition, employers do test their employees at both scheduled screenings and random drug tests. Employers can choose from four possible testing methods, which include blood, urine, saliva, and hair follicle. Out of these four, the latter three are the most popular tests employers use and people fail. Let’s take a detailed look at each drug test and exactly what is being tested. Urine Drug Test Urine is one of the most widely used testing methods to screen for drugs. The test itself is looking for metabolites, which are chemical changes caused by drug use. Metabolites… Read More
4 Products To Help You Pass A Urine Test
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Drug tests can strike fear into anyone’s heart. Will you test positive? Lose your job? Violate your parole? Disappoint your parents? Get kicked off a sport’s team? When employers, parents, and government agents invade your privacy, it’s time to take action. At ClearTest, we’ve made it our mission to help people pass drug tests that threaten their privacy, reputations, livelihoods, families, and quality of life. Over the years, we’ve developed scientifically sound methods for bypassing nearly any drug test, including the most cutting-edge urinalysis tests. From urine substitutes and urine additives to detox drinks, here are four products designed to help you pass your next drug test. Click below to embed this infographic into your website: <img src="http://www.cleartest.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/infographic_wireframe_april2018_lrg.png" alt="4 Products… Read More
Know How to Beat a Saliva Drug Test
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Mouth Swab Test
Law enforcement agencies and employers have several options for testing for drug use. One of the most invasive and effective tests these organizations can subject you to is the mouth swab test. Mouth swab tests are inexpensive and easy to administer, and they’re also quite accurate. They’re not infallible, however, and, with the right products and preparation, you can pass a drug test. A solid majority of Americans now support the legalization of marijuana, according to the Pew Research Center. A recent poll taken by the Pew Research Center found that 61 percent of Americans believe marijuana should be legalized. Support for legalization ranges across age groups—70 percent of Millennials, 66 percent of Gen-Xers, and 56 percent of Baby Boomers… Read More
Healthy Diet Key to Passing a Drug Test
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Nutrition has a major impact on the body—it can even influence the outcome of a drug test. Your body’s rate of metabolism has a big impact on how quickly it breaks down and eliminates any drugs you may have used. The faster your metabolic rate, the quicker your body will flush traces of illicit drugs from your system. A diet high in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins will help speed your metabolism, allowing you to flush drugs from your system more quickly. If you only have a short time before your drug test, specially designed detox drinks can help rid your body of evidence of drug use more quickly.  Take a look at this infographic from ClearTest for… Read More
New Policy Requires Drug Testing For Unemployment
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New government policies toward drug policy and the social safety net may impact millions of people’s lives, including those seeking unemployment benefits. The government recently announced a crackdown that would require drug testing for men and women applying for unemployment benefits. Knowing how to be prepared for a drug test and how to pass a drug test will help people get the benefits they’ve earned and to avoid unfair stigmatization. Earlier this year, President Donald Trump signed legislation that gives states greater latitude to drug test applicants for federal unemployment insurance. In the past, states did not drug test applicants for unemployment benefits because the Social Security Act—the Depression-era law establishing unemployment—didn’t allow states to add qualifying factors unrelated to… Read More
How Long Does Marijuana Stay in Your Urine?
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Underestimating how long marijuana remains detectable in urine can have serious consequences for people on parole or probation or workers subject to regular drug-testing. How long marijuana stays in your system depends on how much and how often you use. The drug will be more easily detectable over a long period for those who smoke it regularly, while occasional users can purge it from their bodies relatively quickly. In general, moderate users of marijuana will not return a positive result on a drug test after five to 15 days of abstinence from it. Chronic users may need a month to completely detox. Everyone’s body is different, and some people may purge the drug more quickly than others. Fluid intake and… Read More
Can I Be Arrested if I Fail a Drug Test?
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More and more employers and businesses are using drug tests as a pre-employment screening tool, to weed out candidates they deem to be unfit. Some employers use periodic or random drug tests to regularly check up on employees, meaning, once you’re hired, the intrusions into your privacy can continue. Additionally, due to a 2002 ruling by the Supreme Court, middle and high schools can use participation in extracurricular activities as an excuse to conduct random drug tests on students. Another place drug tests are common is in the criminal justice system. Submitting to regular or random drug tests is often a condition of parole or probation, and a clean test can mean the difference between freedom and a return to… Read More
Detoxing Before a Drug Test
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Employee drug screenings are a common occurrence. Most employers will require a job applicant to complete a drug test once an offer for employment has been made. In addition, employers are required to perform a drug test if there has been an on-the-job accident that resulted in personal injuries and/or property damage. The best way to pass a drug test is to be prepared for it. All companies have a drug screening policy you should review, as this will indicate the frequency of testing and the type of testing method, including whether the employee is given any notification. For job candidates, it is best to discontinue drug usage while looking for a job until after completing the drug test. If… Read More
11 Popular Myths About Drug Testing
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Each year, government entities and companies force millions of Americans to undergo drug testing. As drug tests have become more common, a lot of misconceptions about how drug tests work and individuals’ legal rights regarding drug tests have spread. Knowing more about the science and the law concerning drug tests can help people avoid relying on false information that could cost them their jobs or their freedom. Drug testing is prevalent in the U.S., and its use is growing. According to Slate, an estimated 45 million to 50 million workplace drug tests are given each year in the U.S.  A recent survey of 70,000 U.S. working adults found that 48.2 percent reported that their employers conducted some sort of workplace drug screening… Read More
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