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DRUG ABUSE is their a solution? By chukwuma Eze
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"EVERYONE takes drugs." That sweeping statement may be used to induce the naive to experiment with illicit drugs. But depending on how we define "drugs," those words contain an... More > element of truth. The term "drug" is defined as: "Any chemical substance, whether of natural or synthetic origin, which can be used to alter perception, mood or other psychological states." That is a useful, broad description of what are called psychoactive drugs, although it does not cover many medicinal drugs used for physical ailments.< Less
My Choice to Abuse Drugs By Erekose
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philosophical book about the choice to take illegal drugs, society, reality and everything else
My Choice to Abuse Drugs By Erekose
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Philosophical inquiry into drug abuse, the war against drugs, society and reality. The author deals with perceptions of reality and the human experience generally in expressing the futility of any... More > war on drugs. He also points out the basic human desire to augment ones consciousness.< Less
Parents' Guide to Drug Abuse Talks By Alex S.
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Drugs Abuse are chemicals, which can change the way bodies work. If you have ever been sick and took medicine, you already have an idea about the different types of drugs. Medicine is a drug that... More > doctors provide to those who are sick. But, did you know that even medicines can be dangerous if they are not taken carefully. There are some kinds of drugs that are dangerous all the time. These are not given by physicians or doctors. Cigarettes and alcohol are included in these kinds of drugs. Even if people can purchase these legally at stores, they can be dangerous. Illegal drugs are harmful and these may include marijuana, LSD, heroin, ecstasy, and cocaine< Less
Parents Guide to Drug Abuse Talks By BookLover
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Show You Exactly What What You Need To Do To Finally Be A Success With Takling To Your Kids About Drugs! As a parent, you want the best for your kids. That is the reason why when drugs are involved,... More > you should be very careful in discussing everything about drugs, especially the risks associated with them. No parent, family or child is immune to the effects of a drug. Several kids may end up in trouble even if they are the best and have made efforts to avoid drugs. In fact, even some who were provided with proper guidance from their parents end up abusing drugs for various reasons. Parents are role models for children to the point that they greatly influence their child’s behavior and other aspects of their lives. Find some time to talk to your children about drugs. In this book, you will learn the different ways you can explain everything about drugs and be connected with your children’s lives.< Less
Drug Abuse & Drug Treatment - All About Curing Drug Addiction By Dr. Simon McDonald
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Drug Abuse & Drug Treatment - All About Curing Drug Addiction is a guide for anyone looking to know more about drug addiction. If you are someone looking to know more about drug addiction for a... More > family member or friend, this is a guide that you should have. From this guide, you will learn:- *The Various Reasons Why People Use Drugs *The Different Types of Drugs *How To Identify Your Drug Problem *Identifying The Signs In Others *Understanding How Addiction Works *What Are Rehab Centers and How It Works *The 12-Steps of Treatment *Involving Your Family Members *Intervention - The Importance and Power of It *Staying Sober *Calming Yourself This book would help you understand drugs and its treatment faster. It's simplicity and easy-to-read makes this the perfect book for anyone wanting to learn about drug treatment.< Less
Rural Issues in Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Treatment By U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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The question is not whether alcohol and other drug use is a problem in rural and frontier areas. Prevalence data provide ample evidence that the problem exists. In 1990, a report on rural drug abuse... More > by the General Accounting Office stated that total substance abuse rates are about as high in rural and frontier States as in nonrural States. What differentiates between rural and nonrural areas is that the prevalence rates for particular drugs may vary. For example, the rate of cocaine use appears to be lower in rural areas than in cities, whereas prevalence rates for other drugs, such as inhalants, may be higher. Alcohol is the most widely abused substance in rural areas. However, more than 4 of every 10 rural high school seniors have tried marijuana; 1 in 11 rural high school seniors reports having tried cocaine. Among students in rural areas, the lifetime, annual, and 30-day prevalence rates for stimulants, inhalants, sedatives, and tranquilizers are comparable to those of seniors in nonrural areas...< Less
A Study of Drug & Alcohol Abuse in our Community By Alex Banks, Pascal Cachelin, Mel Allchin
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A Study of Drug & Alcohol Abuse in our Community By Alex Banks, Pascal Cachelin, Mel Allchin
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Substances of Abuse By James V. Potter, Ph.D.
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"Substances of Abuse" is one volume in the "Living Sober: Living Free" series. The "Living Sober: Living Free" series provides a Psychoeducational educational substance... More > abuse and addiction prevention and treatment program. The program is based on an integrative approach -- integrating sound psychological principles and biblical truths. The series is designed for students participating in licensing or certification programs; those seeking college or continuing education credits; substance abuse counselors; school counselors; recovery program personnel, nurses, and others seeking information on substance abuse prevention and treatment.< Less