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    something that they feel helps them with an emptiness. Someone can become addicted to a drug without even taking any drugs. Those who become addicts involuntary are drug babies. When a fetus is exposed to a drug addiction, it starts with its mother. When a mother is addicted to a drug and is pregnant their child may come out addicted to that same substance. Not only does it affect just the woman taking the drug, but its future child. When that child is born it has the possibilities to be…

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    prescription drug advertising. Direct to Consumer (DTC) prescription drug ads can encourage consumers to demand that their doctors give them an advertised drug. A doctor can and will give their patient what they ask for because some doctors receive incentives for prescribing certain products. Prescription drugs should not be advertised because drug ads can be misleading, drug ads should inform consumers about the product in full detail. Per the U.S. Food and Drug Administration website, “A…

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    information when they hear it. Carl Hart talked about the over exaggeration of drugs, along with the concept that people need to be educated and are encouraged to call out someone if they hear false information. Education is one of the most important aspects of humankind, I think, and I believe Hart would agree with me. The three main points Hart talked about was, drugs are not the problem, we have exaggerated the harmful effects of drugs, and meth does not cause brain damage and cognitive…

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    Welfare Drug Testing: A Violation of Privacy? Welfare was implemented to help struggling people afford food and other needs. It has been one of the most debated topics of all time. Those who are against the drug testing of welfare recipients point out that in the state of Utah, where drug testing potential recipients has been mandated, only 12 people tested positive in a whole year. Those who are for the drug testing, point to the fact that the state of Utah saved over $350,000 dollars in the…

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    Preventing Drug Use and Addiction Societies everywhere in the world have been affected by drug use. Kids are experimenting with new drugs every single day and more and more of those kids become addicted to drugs. When someone becomes addicted to drugs, it causes them to not think clearly and rationally and makes getting a job more difficult for them. Kids are a big target for drug dealers because they are young and uneducated about the dangers of drugs, and kids are pressured by their friends…

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    Student Be Drug Tested Nowadays a drug addiction is increasing and almost everyone has used it once in his live. It has become a habit to use it and most teenagers show off to other people that they are grown up by using drugs. These drugs could harm and impact badly physically and mentally. Adults might slightly have strong immune system which can prevent the negative impact of the drugs. It is now becoming an important issue that either middle school students should be tested for drugs or not.…

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    more,” says Dr. Danielle Martin, one of the authors of the study, published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. Canada is the only developed country…

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    this overcrowding is the incarceration of individuals for drug-related crimes. Drug users make up a large group of the inmates in United States prisons, according to the Bureau of Justice there are about 1,358,875 people in federal prisons and of them, about 16 percent of inmates in state prisons and 47 percent of inmates in federal prisons were incarcerated for drug-related crimes. Of those 1,358,875 prisoners, 65 percent of…

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    “Recreational drugs is a drug as (Cocaine, Marijuana, or methamphetamine) used without medical justification for its psychoactive effects often in the belief that occasional use of such a substance is not habit-forming or addictive” (Merriam Webster). Many people believe that even if they do not do it all the time they will not get hooked. “In my 17 years of living i have seen and done things that an average person has not seen or done, for one i have seen someone get shot and killed just…

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    Some people might say that drugs can heal your health issues and make you feel “high” or happy for a non-permanent amount of time but drug abuse comes with many consequences. Drug abuse takes its toll on all Americans, regardless of whether you struggle with addiction in a personal manner, the emotional and financial impact effect stems throughout every town, community, and state. Drug abuse is not a good thing because it can cause health issues, make an impact on the rest of your life, and can…

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