• Illegal drugs
    Health Studies on Illegal Drugs The use of illegal drugs refers to the consumption of chemical substances that has the ability to impair a person physically, mentally, emotionally and greatly influences his behavior. This is one of the worst black market trades that is forbidden by law but still fi
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  • Drugs in babies
    Drug addicted Babies I looked into the study of the problems caused by both prescription and illegal drugs in the developing fetus and newborn infants. Through the use of the internet I was able to investigate articles and statistics involved in this area. That every day five drug addicted
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  • Psychoactive drugs
    Psychoactive Drugs A topic that interested me the most was psychoactive drugs. These drugs are chemical substances such as marijuana, alcohol, caffeine, or cocaine, that can affect the brain functioning. They therefore, cause a change in behavior, mood, and consciousness. Psychoactive drugs are
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  • The dangers of drugs used to treat osteoporosis
    The Bone Health Revolution by Vivian Goldschmidt Free Sample Chapter Notice: This book is not intended to replace recommendations or advice from physicians or other healthcare providers. Rather, it is intended to help you make informed decisions about your health and to cooperate with your heal
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  • Over medication of prescription drugs in children & adolescents
    The Pervasive State of Mental Illness and the Over Medication of Prescription Drugs in Children & Adolescents Abstract This study examines the pervasive state of mental illness and the overmedication of prescription drugs on children and adolescents between the ages of 5 and 18 years of a
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  • Drugs
    Drug dealing is diffuse in several countries. A lot of money is spent every year in all the countries in the world, as an international disaster. This money is preventing drug use, treating addicts, and fighting drug-related crime. However, lots of societies are threatened from drugs. The spread of
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  • National drugs and poisons act
    National Drugs and Poisons Schedule Committee Record of Reasons 54th Meeting 14-15 October 2008 National Drugs and Poisons Schedule Committee Record of Reasons of Meeting 54 – October 2008 i TABLE OF CONTENTS GLOSSARY ..................................................................
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  • An investigation to critically assess the effects of drug abuse among youths between ages 10-25
    Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (Internal Assessment) Topic: “An investigation to critically assess the effects of drug abuse among youths between ages 10-25 of my community of Bonne Aventure” [pic] [pic] [pic] C
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  • Effect of drugs
    Effects of Drugs The Effects of Marijuana, Cocaine, and Methamphetamine on American Society Topic: The Effects of Marijuana, Cocaine, and Methamphetamine on American Society. Thesis: The effects of illegal drug use of marijuana, cocaine, and methamphetamine on American society. I. Illegal
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  • Anti-hypertensive drugs
    ANTIHYPERTENSIVE DRUG * HYPERTENSION or HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE is a condition in which the blood pressure in the arteries is chronically elevated. * With every heart beat, the heart pumps blood through the arteries to the rest of the body. Blood pressure is the force of blood that is pushin
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  • Drugs legalized?
    Drugs Legalized? Throughout the years, there has been an uproar of arguments on whether to legalize drugs or not. The ongoing battle of prohibition versus legalization generates many different opinions that result from drug abuse and attitudes towards legalization. There are very many pros and con
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  • Drugs speech
    Speech on Drugs Paracetamol, Marijuana, Aspirin, Cocaine, Heroin... all these fancy words, what are they all, Yes they are drugs all different types of drugs. All of which have a different affect on our body, OK some more then others but they all do the same, change the way the body reacts. Bef
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  • War on drugs
    Johnny Mac The war on drugs For a long time drugs have been a staple in societies, since the ancient times of art and music, to recent “mind expanding” hippie cults of the 60’s. This essay addresses mostly the war on not the psychoactive drugs used for recreation, but mainly the war on the
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  • Drugs
    Drugs My first drug I chose was methamphetamine. Methamphetamine is a very interesting and terrible drug. It can cause high blood pressure, chest pain, nausea, diarrhea, and vomiting. You no longer feel the need to sleep while on meth because you have an increased wakefulness, insomnia, and s
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  • Cause and effects
    SOCIAL SIDE EFFECTS In the recent years, the use of recreational drugs has sky rocketed and this has caused a lot of problems in the community. The saddest part is that young people are the ones who have fallen victims to the new epidemic. Narcotic drugs have so many negative effects; not only to t
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  • War on drugs
    Declare war on “The Drug War” The “war on drugs,” declared in the early 1980s, has been a major sponsor to the massive growing of the prison system in the United States during the last quarter-century and has affected all aspects of the criminal justice system and, consequently, Ameri
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  • Adhd medication: should antihypertensive drugs be used?
    Throughout the 1980's, several published research papers suggested that antihypertensive drugs can be used to effectively manage ADHD symptoms, particularly hyperactive behavior and violent tendencies. It was found that anti-hypertensive drugs clonidine and guanfacine can improve the brain's use of
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  • Informative speech study drugs and college students
    Informative Speech Study Drugs and College Students I. Introduction A. Attention Getter: "I reached into my backpack, grabbed an Adderall, and went to the bathroom. I smashed it on the bathroom sink and snorted it. I went back to my class and zipped through the rest of my exam, and it made
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  • How drugs affect you
    Drug interfere with the brain by tapping into its communication system and interfering with the way nerve cells normally send, receive, and process information. Different drugs have different chemical which cause the effects of the brain to be different. Heroin and marijuana are drugs that activat
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  • War on drugs
    War on Drugs There are several countries that are battling a serious drug epidemic. The United States of America is just one of the countries with a drug epidemic and the United States has a rather large problem with constant drug trafficking .But when compared to other countries the United Sta
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