• 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...
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  • AP stats project
    cigarettes are dangerous and can cause serious side effects, such as cancer, do you think that Cigarettes should be prohibited? A) No, people have the rights to choose whether they are going to smoke Cigarettes B) No, all people will develop side effects C) I don’t care if it is prohibited D) Yes, it...
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  • PEDs in the NFL
    with the health effects of prohibited substances, physiological, psychological, orthopedic, reproductive and other problems. The NFL player contract specifically prohibits the use of drugs in an effort to alter or enhance performance. The use of performance enhancing drugs by players sends the wrong...
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  • About Drugs
    drugs are in. Is this in because are they prohibited or because they are so Cool and great? It’s a very interesting question. Smoking and drinking alcohol is prohibited until 18 years, but when you come into the pubs, there are a lot of young people under 18, who there are as at home. Why is it...
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  • A-Rod
    , anabolic steroids, like multi-vitamins and caffeine, are a kind of performance enhancing drug. They are usually effective only when used in combination with extensive training and workouts (Antonen, 2005). Some side effects that men might experience are jaundice, baldness, and aggravate heart...
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  • The Lawful and Prohibited in Islam
    spoken by 'Umar ibn al- Khattab from the pulpit of the Prophet (peace be on him), providing us with a decisive criterion for defining what falls under the prohibited category of khamr. There remains then no room for doubts and questions: any substance which has the effect of befogging or clouding the...
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  • Proposal
    about this problem. This study, it will help us solve how this dilemma happens. The scope of the study is the causes why people continue relying on drugs and alcohol and its effect to themselves and the society. However, the bottom line of this study is to serve as an eye opener for everybody...
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  • Awarness About Pioglitazone
    |Analgin|Deanxit|Painkiller|Ministry Of Health This decision comes in the wake of a strong stand by the government on suspending marketing of all drugs prohibited for sale in other countries like the US, the UK, EU and Australia. RELATED * ------------------------------------------------- Merck...
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  • Mdma
    Mathias and Patrick Zickler (from "NIDA conference highlights scientific findings on MDMA/Ecstasy," NIDA notes (2001) state that the use of MDMA should be prohibited as the psychological and physical effects of ecstasy have been greatly ignored and not enough emphasis has been placed on the long-term...
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  • Influence of Drugs to Youngsters
    . STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM This term paper aims to offer the understanding of prohibited drugs, its side effects, the dangers of using, the prevention of drug abuse and the different types of PROHIBITED DRUGS. III. BODY Prohibited drugs are very dangerous because they can cause damage to an...
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  • Drug Awareness
    million from 2006 up to the present. Another topic presented was the effect of using prohibited drugs among the youth, composed mostly of college students. Maria Rizza Labao, an Education student said, “I am disturbed and affected because I have friends who are drug users. And because of that, I...
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  • High School Dropouts
    , 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 school students sometimes feel curious about certain thing, especially something that is commonly prohibited such as drugs. Due to their...
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  • Drug Prohibition
    usage is forbidden users make more crime than now but I think they don't think deeply and their children too. I believe this idea because drugs are dangerous to self. It's also bad for society and It's effects ecenomy. Drugs should be prohibited because drugs are unhealthily for...
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  • English Drug Addiction Speesh
    , and one it is our today’s topic for our discussion –THE DRUG ADDICTION. This comprises mainly the matters regarding to this: the cause and effects of drug addiction includes the stories of experiences of our guests, and how to maintain the humane using of drugs. 2: Before we start, let’s...
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  • The Effects of Performance Enhancing Drugs on Athletes
    supervision. They are uneducated in the proper dosage amounts, behavioral side effects, physical side effects, and addiction risks. Performance-enhancing drugs are prohibited for use in sports. The International Olympic Committee, National Collegiate Athletic Association, and many other professional...
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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...
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  • Athletes and Enhancing Drugs
    unethical and can be medically dangerous to one’s health. First, there are three main criteria’s used to determine that a drug should be on prohibited list. The three questions that are most asked are, does the drug or method have the potential of enhancing performance? , does its abuse...
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  • Alcohol and Tobacco
    age, so people will continue to experiment with alcohol and tobacco. On the other hand, drugs are not legal and are not advertised all over the media because they are prohibited in our society. If drugs were legal, experimentation and usage of these dangerous and deadly drugs would skyrocket. The...
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  • Marijuana
    prohibited from other usages but legalized for medical purpose only. First of all, most common drugs are marijuana, heroin, GHB, ecstasy, cocaine, crack, and nicotine. According to the Brown University health education center common drug such as, “marijuana is the dried flowers, leaves and...
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  • Sports & Drugs
    help a person, but the drug has many side effects, from minor things to major health problems, like death. Many changes take place inside the body and may not be noticed until it is too late. Some effects will go away when usage stops, but some may be permanent. Side effects for both sexes include...
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