• Mental Health
    threat. The national anti-drug task force was formed to control trafficking and to rehabilitate addicts who were involved in heroin addiction”. In Malaysia not only adults involve with drugs but substance abuse among adolescents and youth has been increasing a well. The common symptoms of...
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  • Drug Abuse in Malaysia
    that most of the students who took the 17 week DARE program ended up Moral Guidance Key to Eradicating Teen Drug Abuse.   The "Just don't do it" slogan from Bob Dole's anti-drug campaign may, upon a cursory evaluation, appear to be an inefficient way of confronting the growing problem of...
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  • Alcoholism: Society's Long Ignored Problem
    "We spend billions and billions to fight drugs but, comparatively, spend nothing against alcohol. And alcohol is a drug." -- Joseph Kennedy III, 1990. Alcohol is the most abused substance in the United States, whether the user is at the legal age or not. Alcohol is the third leading cause of...
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  • Drug Menace in the Philippines
    , controlled precursors and essential chemicals and dismantling of clandestine laboratories since the conception of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency show the extent and impact of the drug abuse and drug trade problem in the Philippines. The illegal trade of methamphetamine hydrochloride commonly...
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  • Legalization of Marijuana
    actions against the abusers and legalize the drug to the positive use. In addition, other methods of eradicating drug abuse should be used to prevent abuse of this plant. This should include training, awareness and supporting anti-drugs campaign (Cohen 1). In conclusion, legalizing this drug would...
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  • Drugs and Their Effect on Society
    forfeiture and antidrug education and drug treatment. Conclusion Early legislation against drug abuse focused on eradicating the wide spread problem of drugs in numerous of ways like requiring companies to list their ingredients on their products if it may alter the users mood or brain...
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  • Drugs Negative Effects
    services, and support for families. Supply side reduction involves measures such as enacting foreign policy aimed at eradicating the international cultivation of plants used to make drugs and interception of drug trafficking. Policies which may help mitigate the effects of drug abuse include needle...
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  • HMUN China 2014: World Health Organization Position Paper
    and as a member of the Euro-Mediterranean partnership, Morocco encourages that monumental actions be taken to emphasize eradicating illegal drug abuse to allow developing countries an easier road to becoming global superpowers. Such drug abuse issues have largely been stabilized in developed...
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  • The Change of Life
    many technology that make people's life are better, nowadays. However relationships are becoming strained and people are slowly becoming lazier due to the rapid increase in technology. Drug abuse is increasing due to creation of new drugs,prescription drugs and availability, pollution would definitely...
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  • Illegal Drug Use
    flow of cocaine from Colombia to the United States has only increased in recent years. Analysis of the most pertinent policies that have been developed to combat illegal drug use and abuse show that these policies consistently fall short when it comes to eradicating the problem. Seeking to...
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  • substance and drug abuse
    activities of drug addicts are known to have been source of threat to lives and property. (Aluede 2000). The impact of substance abuse among Nigerian youths has been a hallmark of a morally bankrupt, decadent and wasted generation and loss of our societal values and ideals. The situation now appears to be...
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  • Satirical Essay
    Major Drug Enterprise Instead of spending millions trying to prohibit drug use/smuggling, why not make billions taxing the drugs already being used legally and illegally? History has shown that drug prohibition reduces neither use nor abuse. After a rapist is arrested, there are fewer rapes...
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  • marijuana
    contains cancer-causing agents. Illegal status of marijuana solves no problems of drug abuse. 
In 2006, American marijuana farmers grew 22.3 million pounds of marijuana. Great material sources are spent on eradicating marijuana crops, but like with a wave of a magic hand, they grow in more and more...
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  • Failure of Harper's Anti-Harm Reduction Position
    Before Stephen Harper presented his NADS (National Anti-Drug Strategy) in 2007, Canadians believed in positioning substance abuse as being primarily a health issue rather than an enforcement one with a long-term goal of reducing harm. This is consistent with the notion of harm reduction which is...
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  • Epidemiology
    than in the general population. As many as 38% of homeless individuals are dependent on alcohol and 26% abused other drugs (Didenko and Pankratz, 2007.) Consequences of alcohol and illegal substance abuse include: cirrhosis, unemployment, and criminal activities associated with to the possession...
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  • Drugs
    effects of drug and control the high levels of substance abuse. Controlled Substances Art, an executive order brought the DEA into existence in 1973, Reagan's war on drugs and the Comprehensive Methamphetamine Control Act of 1994 are all examples of legislation aimed at controlling and even eradicating...
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  • Drug Trafficking in the United States
    we suffer as a country from the plague of drug abuse and addiction. The aim of this research was to discuss drug trafficking in the United States, and whether prohibition is the most effective approach to ending the problem. It will discuss regulation as a viable option and examine the benefits that...
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  • Crime and Drug Abue in Camden, Nj
    November 2, 2006 Mayor's Office 520 Market Street City Hall, Fourth Floor P.O. BOX 95120 Camden, New Jersey 08101-5120 RE: Crime and Drug Abuse in Camden Dear Mayor Faison, My name is Jeffrey Ho. Currently I am a student of Rutgers University. I grew up in Pennsauken, and then moved...
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  • Up in Smoke!
    Over the course of modern history marijuana has been stigmatized, associated with negative connotations and been blamed as the gateway to stronger more addictive drugs. While marijuana use has been recorded throughout history as a relaxant, mood elevator and aid for pain, it is still a drug that...
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  • Case Study About Coprophilia and Substance Abuse
    Running head: CASE STUDY ABOUT COPROPHILIA AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE Exploration in to a possible linkage between coprophilia and substance abuse. Micael Johansson Pierce College Abstract This case study attempts to explore the correlation between coprophilia and substance abuse. The research...
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