New Revamped Drug Testing Site with Search Engines for Drug Slang & Prescription Drug Abuse Screening

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TestCountry has revamped their site, offering an all-new drug testing section. The San Diego based company now offers extensive information and a wider range of products to meet the demands of drug testing consumers such as teenage drug abuse brochure, how to setup corporate drug testing program whitepaper and a search engine about drug slang and street names.

TestCountry has revamped their site, offering an all-new drug testing section. The San Diego based company now offers extensive information and a wider range of products to meet the demands of drug testing consumers.

Besides the extensive information on how to create a drug-free workplace and home, TestCountry’s new drug testing website (located at: also includes two new search engines related specifically to drug abuse. These new search functions aim to help those who are being tested (with information for example on prescription drugs that can produce false positive results on employee drug tests) and also those who administer drug testing (such as parents who would want to learn more about a slang term their teenager is using with his or her friends).

The first search engine (located at is a drug slang term & street name search engine, where visitors can find out about the different lingo, street names and slang terms of drug use. TestCountry expects parents and teachers to benefit greatly from this service, as it is now possible to search and find meanings of terms, such as “jelly” or “420”, and other commonly used terms which are used to disguise the true meaning of drugs and drug paraphernalia. And this database of slang and lingo is continuously growing everyday, with current users being encouraged to provide input to this section and add terms which are not currently in our database.

The second TestCountry search engine (located at: can be used to find out what prescription drug(s) can be tested or can interfere with regular drug testing. Simply enter the prescription drug brand name (or its generic) and the results will show which drug that keyword would be related with. This service aims to benefit both the employees that are being tested (so that they can avoid getting an unnecessary false positive result on a workplace drug test) and also for those who want to test their family members or employees for a particular prescription drug abuse.

Users of both of these search engines can also immediately buy instant or lab based drug testing kits to test for the drug or prescription drug type in question, with a click of a button after their search.

The goal of the drug testing section makeover of was to create more cohesion between the pages, allowing visitors to navigate more easily and find the products they need faster. TestCountry has accomplished their goal and much more. Visitors to the site can now enjoy a brand new layout with integrated graphics and a more appealing appearance. Navigational tools are updated, and potential customers can quickly find the types of products they are looking for.

TestCountry appeals even more so to consumers who want to learn about drug testing. With new sections on drug testing methods, drug types and drug testing comparison charts, visitors will walk away with a mound of knowledge as well as the drug testing kits of their choice. There is a vault of free information available in white paper formats for online users, both corporate and individual users. The free white papers include: "Choosing A Drug Testing Method: Which One is Right for Me?", "Common Questions about how to set up Drug-Free Workplace Policy" and "A Parent’s Guide to Teen Drug Abuse and Drug Testing".

Busy professionals who need drug tests for their employees or worried parents who need to test their teens can find all the drug testing information and products they need on the newly revamped is online catalog and service company that specializes in a variety of instant and lab based testing products and services, including drug tests, HIV tests, pregnancy tests, ovulation monitors, fertility predictors and health hazard detectors.

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