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Drugs Use: Nature and Extent

Drugs Use: Nature and Extent

“Drugs are bad. You shouldn’t do drugs. If you do them, you’re bad. Because drugs are bad.” -- Mr. Mackey “Drugs are bad because if you do drugs, you’re a hippie and hippies suck.” -- Eric Cartman. Drugs Use: Nature and Extent. CJ/PS 4530 The War on Drugs a Dr. Matt presentation.

By Antony
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Hockenbury and Hockenbury Discovering Psychology Fourth Edition

Hockenbury and Hockenbury Discovering Psychology Fourth Edition

Hockenbury and Hockenbury Discovering Psychology Fourth Edition. Outline PowerPoints Chapter 4: Consciousness and Its Variations. Chapter 4: Consciousness and Its Variations. Prologue: A Scream in the Night Introduction: Consciousness: Experiencing the “Private I”

By jana
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Kevin Leehey M.D. Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatry Board Certified

Kevin Leehey M.D. Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatry Board Certified

Kevin Leehey M.D. Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatry Board Certified. 296-4280 leeheymd.com. Salpointe Catholic High School Community of Concern. Welcome Teachers ! What’s Brain Got To Do With It ? leeheymd.com. Brain Development.

By susan
(145 views)

Medications and Drugs

Medications and Drugs

10. Medications and Drugs. Essential Question. How do your decisions about drugs and medications relate to your health?. 10.1. Medications. Learning Outcomes. After studying this lesson, you will be able to differentiate between over-the-counter and prescription medications.

By hovan
(120 views)

Health Project:

Health Project:

Health Project:. Drug Tri-fold. Choose One :. Marijuana Cocaine LSD Heroine Methamphetamines Inhalants Steroids Ecstasy GHB & Ketamine (Club Drugs) Rohypnol Oxycontin Ritalin. Read Articles 5 articles in all from the following sources:.

By mingan
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Ch.14 Drugs

Ch.14 Drugs

Ch.14 Drugs. Created By Coach Luttrell Information taken from Bronson, M.H., Cleary, M.J., Hubbard, B.M., Zike , D., Glencoe Teen Health Course 3, 2009. Lesson 1 Drug Misuse and Abuse. Objectives: The student will be able to explain the difference between drug misuse and drug abuse.

By dacian
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Chapter 8 DRUGS

Chapter 8 DRUGS

Chapter 8 DRUGS. Introduction. A drug can be defined as a natural or synthetic substance that is used to produce physiological or psychological effects in humans or other higher order animals.

By marva
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Methamphetamine Use among Gay, Bisexual Men and Other Men-Who-Have-Sex-with-Men: 

Methamphetamine Use among Gay, Bisexual Men and Other Men-Who-Have-Sex-with-Men: 

Methamphetamine Use among Gay, Bisexual Men and Other Men-Who-Have-Sex-with-Men:  Addressing the Continuum of Services, Prevention, Treatment and Research.

By ryann
(171 views)

DRUGS

DRUGS

DRUGS. Chapter 5. Introduction. A drug can be defined as a natural or synthetic substance that is used to produce physiological or psychological effects in humans or other higher order animals.

By umed
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Drugs

Drugs

Drugs. Definitions. Drug: Any chemical substance that causes a physical or mental change in the structure or function of the body. Ex. Marijuana, alcohol, Advil, Tylenol, heroin, nicotine, etc. Can be legal (illicit drugs) or illegal.

By burton
(187 views)

BELL WORK

BELL WORK

BELL WORK. Write how your life would change if you were addicted to drugs. REVIEW. What are the two types of medicines? Prescription and over the counter Any effect of a medicine other than the one intended is called what? Side effect. REVIEW.

By leif
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RAVE CULTURE

RAVE CULTURE

RAVE CULTURE. CLUB DRUGS. & THE IMPACT ON THE UNITED STATES ARMY. The “Rave” scene began as a subculture in England circa 1980, and has since migrated into mainstream culture throughout the United States. RAVE CULTURE. Rave Culture In The US. All-night Dance or Party 2 Types of Raves

By marged
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Club Drugs

Club Drugs

Club Drugs. Cocaine Methamphetamines Ecstasy LSD Ketamine GHB Marijuana*. Club Drugs Risks in General. Overdosing, becoming addicted, legal issues, permanent health issues The Power of Choice Consider the situations Club Drugs are used in. Cocaine. Comes from the coca plant

By charis
(132 views)

9.2 Notes

9.2 Notes

9.2 Notes. Depressants, Stimulants, Club Drugs. Objectives. Name and classify the commonly abused drugs. Depressants. Alcohol Barbiturates Tranquilizers Glue Sniffing. Alcohol (ethyl alcohol). Most widely used and abused drug in the US A $40 billion industry

By ownah
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CJ 411-Chat 3

CJ 411-Chat 3

CJ 411-Chat 3. By: Amy Ng. Objectives. Discuss Upcoming Info Discuss Club Drugs Discuss hallucinogens. Assignments/ Reminders. Unit seminar Discussion. Hallucinogenic Substances.

By nessa
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CLUB DRUGS

CLUB DRUGS

CLUB DRUGS. DANCE ‘TILL YOU DROP. MAJOR CLUB DRUGS. MDMA/ECSTASY GHB/GBL KETAMINE NITROUS OXIDE POPPERS LSD. MISCELLANEOUS DRUGS. 2C-B GBL – GAMMA BUTYL LACTONE DEXTROMETHORPHAN HERBAL ECSTASY MUSHROOMS. ESCTASY. MDMA METHYLENEDIOXYMETHAMPHETAMINE ADAM X-TC CLARITY ESSENCE

By evelyn
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CLUB DRUGS Nothing to Rave About

CLUB DRUGS Nothing to Rave About

CLUB DRUGS Nothing to Rave About. Cynthia C. Haith, M.D. Department of Pediatrics May 12, 2004. Goals. To familiarize you with various aspects of rave culture To alert you to the dangers associated with club drugs To illustrate the role of the Internet

By raziya
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Club Drugs

Club Drugs

Club Drugs. By Michael Barron, Erin McCormack, Ashley Drake. Club Drugs. Slang Names: Ecstasy, Roofies , G, Soap, Special/Vitamin K, Jet, Acid, Meth, PCP Drug Category: Hallucinogens Color/Texture: Varies (Pills, Powder, Liquid; Often Colorless and/or odorless). History.

By anaya
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Club D r u g s

Club D r u g s

Club D r u g s. E f f e c t s …. Club Drugs. Club drugs are a loosely-defined category of recreational drugs which are associated with discothèques in the 1970s and dance clubs, parties, and raves in the 1980s to the 2000s. Different types of club drugs include Ecstasy GHB ( liquid ecstasy)

By hiero
(191 views)

Chapter 14 Drugs

Chapter 14 Drugs

Chapter 14 Drugs. Lesson 2 Marijuana and Other Illegal Drugs. Click for:. >> Main Menu. >> Chapter 14 Assessment. Teacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this presentation. Next >>. Dried leaves and flowers of the hemp plant, called cannabis sativa. marijuana.

By jace
(114 views)

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