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    she cheated by using EPO, as this gave her an unfair advantage over her competition. I can say this is an ethical issue as she knew she was taking something that was not allowed and that her competitor weren 't allowed to take to improve her performance, which brings her morals as a person under scrutiny. By having poor morals it brings up the case of ‘how many other are taking performance enhancing drugs?’. Well it said Liza is only a part of 1% of people caught using…

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    Gateway Drug Theory

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    topics in America. There are people that say marijuana is a gateway drug, which means that using marijuana will lead to the use of more hardcore drugs like speed, cocaine, ecstasy, and/or heroin. In an article published in 2012 called Marijuana is not a Gateway Drug by Bruce Marken explains his reasons on why he believes marijuana is not a gateway drug. He provides information about two studies that show that there is no links into why marijuana leads to other drug use. Bruce Mirken has some…

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    The argument on whether drugs should be legalized has been going on for so long now. Some people say as an Americans we have the right to choose whether we want to do drugs or not. It is really hard to control the consumption of drugs, because people are going to do them whether they are legal or illegal. Other people say that the laws that are being enforced now are good to control drugs. “There will also be more unpublicized fatal and maiming crashes, more job accidents, more child neglect,…

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    Student athletes should just say “No!” People who take and use steroids can have serious side effects. For instance males can develop things such as breasts, shrinking of testicals, infertility, and male pattern baldness, and heart/liver problems. On the other hand women can develop things such as excessive growing of body hair and male pattern baldness, and heart/ liver problems . All student athletes should be drug tested before they are allowed to play sports because drug tests prevent…

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    not affordable. Cary Byrd from eDrugSearch says, “Medications are often cheap for people with insurance, but the average cost of prescription drugs without insurance can be expensive”. For most people, they can’t afford a medical insurance because most insurance are also expensive,and does not cover all the medication that is needed, most people pay for medication on their own as out of pocket expenses. For example, cialis…

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    Should middle schoolers be drug tested? Drug testing is normal procedure in a number of circumstances. In fact, we have whole institutions set up around drug testing Olympic and professional athletes as well as those at the collegiate level where money and potential careers are on the line. However, now the practice has moved down into high schools. In nine states, it is now mandatory for participation in extracurricular activities in junior high, and some parents are saying things have gone too…

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    Do Athletes Use Steroids

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    Athletes and drug use Athletes using and abusing drugs was the everyday topic people talked about in the year of 2001. There were many questions that were being brought up in sports fans conversations of professional sports using drugs. One of the most frequent questions asked, and being talked about was if the professional athletes that were using performance enhancing drugs would that be concerted illegal. The fans were asking if it should…

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    middle school students should be drug tested? Here are three reasons to why people agree, and why people disagree. Did you know that some parents say that this is unconstitutional? Students who were randomly drug tested were also less likely to use drugs in later years, and most kids have actually learned how to cheat at these tests! In the first place, some parents say that this is unconstitutional. These groups of people believe that having their children drug tested should be against the…

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    There has been much discussion about drug testing for high school athletes. Some may think that high school athletes should not take a drug test to play sports. They don’t think High school athletes should take drug tests because it invades their rights. On the other hand some say high school athletes should take drug tests to play sports. They think this because of the reduction in drug and alcohol abuse amongst high school athletes. So drug testing for athletes should be permitted because…

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    was a complete failure in the 30 years of the drug war. One of those programs is D.A.R.E. because unlike the other agency and programs that focused on controlling the drug trade this one was focused on preventing drug influence in children. In my opinion, it seems like a good idea but in reality, it does nothing but wastes time and makes children more likely to get confused about drugs abuse and drugs. D.A.R.E allows children used to the idea of drugs and how horrible it is to the human body…

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