It just seems like a bad idea to be able to get your drugs over the same machine you check your email with.\u00a0 After a recent death New Zealand is looking to crack down on prescriptions sent by mail and ordered over the internet.\u00a0 After the death of Graham David Goodwin, a mental patient, from an overdose of Doxepine that was ordered and shipped from overseas\u00a0 which would be an offense under the current Medicines Act.\u00a0 The current law could result in imprisonment for up to three months. According to nzherald.co.nz:\r\nSince Mr Goodwin's, death, Customs had employed an investigation and enforcement team that included pharmacists on site. This had increased the capture of prohibited medicines at the border.\r\nApparently Mr. Goodwin's home held a cadre of prescription drugs.\u00a0 Found among his possessions was a large amount of Mirtazapine said to have come from overseas, and according to the Police: "They were purchased by internet from a website. This process operates via an Indian mail order service." (source nzherald.co.nz) It just seems plain dangerous to order drugs online, but with today's addicted society and an ever increasing availability, you can become an addict and end up needing treatment right in the comfort of your own living room or home office.\u00a0 The internet makes so much information available, why do people only tend to use it for nefarious purposes? For more information about drug and alcohol treatment, please visit The Right Step today!