• Hip Hop and the Crack Epidemic
    form of cocaine, called crack, had been introduced to the United States. Crack, was highly-addictive and swept through impoverished areas of cities such as New York, Los Angeles, Oakland, and Miami. In the end it caused devastating effects for black and Latino Americans. As crack cocaine was becoming...
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  • Crack
     Crack/Cocaine n Biology Accelerated, Period 3 Mr. Gregory 28th December 2013 Crack came around in the 80’s flying through the area known as “South Central Los Angeles”. It hit that area hard; due to it being very addictive once those tried...
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  • Drugs and Rehab
    When you hear the word drugs, what do you think of first? Most people think of drugs such as cocaine, weed, heroin, and ecstasy; not many people associate alcohol with drugs. Many young people are developing strong drug addictions these days. The amount of teens and young adults using drugs is going...
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  • Reinforce, Release, Refere
    August 9, 2010 Stephanie Chupein Hypothetical Working Agreement Freydia Johnson a 27th year old young mother who’s been addicted to crack cocaine for 4 years. Her the ages of her children are 7 and 9 years old. The children have been removed from the home by child Protective Services and are...
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  • Modern Studies Dissertation
    CLASS IS A FACTOR IN THE LINK BETWEEN SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND CRIMINALITY Chapter 1. Introduction – Outline the issues to be looked at in the chapter and give a reason about why it is important to look at each issue. There are many ways in which involvement...
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  • America's War Against Drug Trafficking
    During this time cocaine became a popular drug among the youth and quickly spread to be the party drug of the 1970’s and early 1980’s. Cocaine was widely used by politicians, police and even celebrities. It was highly expensive and for the people who couldn’t afford it crack was developed. Several...
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  • prohibites drugs effect
    with using any amount of cocaine and crack:  increases in blood pressure, heart rate, breathing rate, and Cocaine is a white powder that comes body temperature from the leaves of the South American  heart attacks, strokes, and respiratory failure coca plant. Cocaine is either "snorted"  hepatitis...
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  • Substance abuse and smoking
    combat drug addiction, alcoholism and smoking To make a pledge of commitment to promote a society free from drug abuse, alcoholism and smoking. Outline: 1. Health Education Drug Abuse and Prevention a. Drug Abuse b. Drug addiction, c. Symptoms of Drug Abuse and Addiction d. Why do people turn...
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  • no women no cry
    Correct Answer False 100% False General Feedback: page 398 Score: 1/1   5.   Stimulant drugs like caffeine, amphetamines, and cocaine are sometimes considered to increase energy output and are, therefore, called __________ drugs.   Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback ...
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  • Should We Favor Drug Legalization
    referring to those he is attacking as "they" (617 ). Early in the speech, he diplomatically praises some intellectuals, especially in medicine and science, who are using their talents to combat the drug problem. Bennett makes clear that his speech will not be politically partisan. Bennett will be criticizing...
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  • meme
    (PHYSICAL):  vomiting, muscle and bone pain, heavy sweating (PSYCHOLOGICAL): depression, and suicidal thoughts, nervousness EFFECTS:(SOCIAL):repetitive speech (COGNITIVE): Periods of Not Breathing 2.HALLUCINOGENS=Psilocybin-is a naturally occurring psychedelic compound produced by more than 200 species...
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  • Awareness
     Awareness of Cocaine Cocaine is a substance that has been around for thousands of years and still remains highly abused today. Cocaine is addictive stimulant drug, listed as a Schedule II substance under the Controlled Substance Act. The drug has a high potential for abuse that may lead to severe...
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  • Drug Essay
    Low alcohol intake may affect a person by experiencing dizziness and talkativeness. Immediate effects of large amounts of alcohol include slurred speech, nausea and vomiting. If you drink a small amount of alcohol, your judgment and coordination will be too impaired for you to drive safely. Continuous...
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  • Informative Speech
    speaker go about it and what type of speech would the speaker choose. Well chapter 13 contents the creative process for informative speaking. What informative speaking is how to choose a focused informative topic, how to conduct a research and informative outline? The chapter also contains how to organize...
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  • Drugs Is It a Desease
    effects include decreased blood pressure, visual disturbances, confusion, amnesia, liver/kidney damage, and possible death. Cocaine (Powder) Extracted from coca leaves, cocaine was orginally developed as a painkiller. It is most often snorted with the powder absorbed into the bloodstream through the...
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  • Cocain
    Rewrite 18 November 2011 Effects of Cocaine Cocaine is a natural ingredient that is extracted from the leaves of Erythroxylon coca, this plant is mainly found in South America on the Andes Mountains. Cocaine has to be ingested to get any type of effect. Cocaine can be ingested many types of ways: chewing...
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  • Drugs in Europe
    F Notre Dame University January 7, 2013 Outline Thesis: Drugs in Europe in 21 century I. Types of Drugs A. Definition of Cocaine B. Definition of Heroin II. Effects of Drugs And Percentage in Europe A. Effects of Cocaine B. Effects of Heroin C. Statistics And...
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  • Psychoactive Drugs
    Those risks are increased heart rate and blood pressure, sleeplessness and tremors, lack of muscular coordination, sparse, mangled and incoherent speech, as well as convulsions, comas, and heart and lung failure, decreased awareness of touch and pain that can result in self- inflected wounds. People...
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  • Donkeys
    Informative Speech 1 - Taking Memorable Photographs www.scribd.com/.../Informative-Speech-1-Taking-Memorable... Oct 22, 2008 – Informative Speech 1 - Taking Memorable Photographs - Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Word Doc (.doc), Text File (.txt) or read online for ... Help on a speech...
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  • Drug
    • There is not a drug problem in the UAE. Tobacco is more addictive than heroin. Cannabis has no serious side effects. People who take crack are likely to go on to take harder drugs. It is safer to take drugs by injection than in other ways. Athletes take anabolic steroids to improve...
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