Drug testing for urine can be very time-consuming, and it’s not something most people can do quickly.
But it’s something that the government and drug companies are looking at.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is now offering drug testing kits to businesses that test for urinary drug use.
The kits are being tested by the Drug Enforcement Agency and by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
The Drug Enforcement Administration said it was developing the kits to assist businesses that are looking to comply with new regulations regarding the sale of certain drugs.
It said that the U.K.-based company, Chemtrail Solutions, tested positive for marijuana, oxycodone, methamphetamine, and hydrocodone.
The Drug Enforcement agent said that he tested positive because he was under the influence of marijuana.
It’s unclear how long the Drug Abuse and Tobacco Tax Act (DATCA) will prohibit the sale or possession of these drugs.
The government has also said it will require that businesses testing for urinary drugs that are not on their drug testing form provide a urine sample to the DEA.
The tests are meant to identify potential drugs on the patient’s urine sample, but some doctors worry that the drug testing system can be inaccurate.
“The DEA wants to make sure that they know how they’re doing, so they’re not making the mistake of letting the patient down,” Dr. Matthew Riggs, an infectious disease specialist and professor of medicine at the University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, told Recode.
“We’re not saying that they should be using these tests, but if they’re taking them for a really bad reason, they’re getting them wrong.”
Riggs is one of several physicians and researchers who have voiced concerns about the use of urine tests to detect drugs.
He said that many physicians believe urine tests are not accurate enough to determine whether a patient has drug use problems.
The FDA said it is currently working with the Department of Homeland Security, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the National Institute on Drug Abuse to test urine for drugs that may be involved in a patient’s illness.
The agency also plans to release more information about urine testing.
“We’re working with FDA, DEA, CDC, and NIDA to test a subset of urine for substances that could be involved with drug abuse,” a spokesperson for the FDA said.
“In the meantime, we are developing new testing methods and guidelines for those in the U-Haul and other transportation industries that want to participate.”
For more on drug testing, check out our previous coverage here.