• The Use of Prohibited Drugs Among De La Salle University Students
     The Use of Prohibited Drugs Among De La Salle University Students In Partial Fulfillment of Requirements in MARKRES K31 Submitted to: Professor Jose Luis Legaspi Submitted by: Linnie Faith C. Basilio Alexander M. Centeno Aldric Mathew Go Trisha Camille R. Goyena Sofia Agnes R...
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  • Drugs in Sport
    Drugs in Sport You are the coach of a local Under 15s team (or athlete) in the sport of your choice. You are going to present to your team/athlete a PowerPoint presentation on the effects & dangers of drug use to enhance sports performance. Your presentation will include the following: ▪ Information...
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  • AP stats project
     Population and Sample Our topic is about harmful effects that can affect a student’s performance in school and daily life. Our population of interest would be college students as they are the demographic most subject to many negative influences. Our sample would be stratified because we want to...
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  • PEDs in the NFL
    NFL Performance enhancing drugs are ruining the integrity of the National Football League. The National Football League is not doing enough to prevent the use of performance enhancing drugs(PEDs) because players continue to use PEDs, which can have lasting harmful effects on the body. Also, penalties...
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  • About Drugs
    About drugs 2. Drugs among us. (Sorting drugs – danger and addictive of drugs) 3. Summary About Drugs Ladies and gentlemen, Mrs. Teacher, I’d like bring you my opinion about drugs in our society: There are modern people in this modern world. Smoking, drinking alcohol or use the other drugs are...
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  • The Lawful and Prohibited in Islam
    The Arabic word khamr signifies any alcoholic drink which causes intoxication. We would be stating the obvious if we were to discuss the harmful effects of drinking on the individual's mind, his health, his religion, and his work; or if we discussed the disasters which he brings upon his family by...
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  • Awarness About Pioglitazone
    popular diabetes drug and analgin Rupali Mukherjee, TNN | Jun 27, 2013, 05.16 AM IST 47 comments Rs 3 Lac Scholarship | www.britishcouncil.in/ielts - British Council IELTS Scholarship Award for 2013. Apply Now Online! | | Ads by Google | | READ MORE Diabetes Drug|Analgin|Deanxit|Painkiller|Ministry...
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  • Proposal
    Project Proposal in Philosophy Is it really helpful to take drugs and drink alcohol when having problems? Why do people take drugs when they have problems Do alcohol and drugs really help people in their problems Taking Drugs & Alcohol in times of heavy-headed/difficulties "Karamay...
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  • Mdma
    illegal, the only way of obtaining it being through drug dealers on the black market. As a consequence the drug is often "corrupted" with other, potentially fatal, substances. Therefore, the dangers of using Ecstasy are obvious. Possible fatal side-effects such as dehydration and hypothermia may not always...
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  • A-Rod
    steroids is not always as clear as it seems. Here is some brief background on Anabolic steroids before we start in on A-Rod . Anabolic steroids are drugs derived from the male hormone testosterone. Steroids are used by some athletes to enhance muscle mass, steroids also help to repair tissue and reduce...
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  • Drug Awareness
    Drug awareness seminar held at STC THE Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) conducted a drug awareness talk last Aug. 27 at the St. Theresa's College (STC) auditorium along General Maxillom Avenue in Cebu City. Alan Trani, human resource officer of STC, organized the seminar with PDEA...
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  • Influence of Drugs to Youngsters
    Laoag City THE INFLUENCE OF PROHIBITED DRUGS TO YOUNGSTER SONNY MADAMBA February 2013  THE INFLUENCE OF PROHIBITED DRUGS TO YOUNGSTERS I. INTRODUCTION Prohibited drugs are often addictive. The word “addictive” means...
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  • Alcohol and Tobacco
    the public knows about the negative effects of these products, people still continue to use the substances without thinking twice. These products are legal if you are of age, so people will continue to experiment with alcohol and tobacco. On the other hand, drugs are not legal and are not advertised...
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  • English Drug Addiction Speesh
    LIFE AFTER DRUG ADDICTION Sharlene Grace Nudalo - host Rochelle Interior- Host Jeric Ponda- Present Drug Addict Bryllle Bonifacio- Psychologist Noe Badiango- Police Dar Delucino- Student Gerold Insigne- Professor Kim Layog- person granted Pardon Dave Rañada- recovered from drug addiction ...
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  • Drug Prohibition
    DRUG AFFECT ALL OUR LIFE In our world day-by-day people start to use drug. This situation affects all our life. Drug usage is very dangerous for people and our future. So drugs must be forbidden all our the wold for our health and society. Some poeple say no because they believe; If drug usage...
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  • Death of Me
     Sections 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 and 9, of Article II of Republic Act No. 6425, as amended, known as the Dangerous Drugs Act 1972, are hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 3. Importation of Prohibited Drugs. - The penalty of reclusion perpetua to death and a fine ranging from five hundred thousand pesos to ten...
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  • Marijuana
    Marijuana Marijuana is one of the most prohibited drugs, abuse by young people and adults. Marijuana is from the leaves, stems, or flowers of Indian hemp (Cannabis sativa). The plants or seed comes from the United States, Mexico, and Central Asia. Plants are usually smuggled to other countries, like...
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  • High School Dropouts
    of drugs, breaking serious rules for many times, and student’s bad marks . The first cause is because of the usage of drugs. In Indonesia, drugs are extremely illegal. The laws about drugs are very strict. Therefore, no wonder that most high school in Indonesia has strict rules about drugs. High...
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  • A Chanrobles Virtual Law Library Excerpt
    Sections 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, of Article II of Republic Act No. 6425, as amended, known as the Dangerous Drugs Act 1972, are hereby amended to read as follows: "Sec. 3. Importation of Prohibited Drugs. - The penalty of reclusion perpetua to death and a fine ranging from five hundred thousand pesos to ten...
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  • Athletes and Enhancing Drugs
    Professor Marroquin 20 February, 2013 Athletes and Enhancing Drugs Performance enhancing drugs are substances that are created to provide advantages in a athletes performances. Performance enhancing drugs can affect the body in different ways, such as enlarging muscles or increasing...
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