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    sports event, but there is a very dark side to their performance. Even though performance enhancing drugs allows our athletes to perform at their highest level, all kinds of performance-enhancing drugs should be banned in professional sports because it is giving our kids a reason to start using drugs. Plus performance enhancing drugs are harmful and potentially fatal. All kinds of performance-enhancing drugs should be banned. This is especially true in sports. It affects the integrity of the…

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    Drug Trafficking: An Analysis of Drug Trafficking Between the U.S. and Mexico The illegal drug trade is also called the black market where people manufacture, distribute, and the sale of drugs like cocaine, marijuana, and heroine. The trade of illegal drugs happens globally whether it is traveling by a ship, car, or plane. Everyday drug trafficking affects a person's life and the nation's economy by the flow of money to other countries and the increase of violence. Drug trafficking in Mexico is…

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    Do you think that doctors and psychiatrists prescribe antipsychotic drugs to children and adolescents? Imagine it being your kid in that situation where your kid has these problems and your left up to the decision of giving them antipsychotic drugs such as Risperidone (Risperdal), Aripiprazole (Abilify) and, Quetiapine (Seroquel) etc. The first pediatric use for antipsychotic drug was approved by the FDA and they used risperidone on kids with autism. They also used Aripiprazole was approved for…

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    should be allowed in America? Drugs have become very big items these days, either being used for medical reasons or just for fun, they are extremely common. As known, most drugs are illegal; however, people have connections to others to be able to get these illegal drugs to play around with and get high off of. Although, individuals with diseases or illnesses may benefit from illegal drugs to counteract the effects of their sickness, so the questions then comes up- should drug sales and usage be…

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    state and local governments spent a combined $35 billion dollars on the drug war, which equates to $500 each and every second. Prisons are also over crowded, as reported by usnews.com, the United States has 5% of the worlds population within our borders but we house 25% of the worlds prisoners, 90% of those in prison are there for non-violent offenses, mostly attributed to drug use, drug trafficking and sales and other drug related offenses. The only answer to our growing prison population and…

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    praised for their efforts. However, especially in recent decades, the desire for greatness has caused athletes to turn to a more controversial method of obtaining success: performance-enhancing drugs. Performance-enhancing drugs, or PEDs, are any substances taken by athletes to improve their performance. These drugs give athletes an unfair advantage over their competitors and can cause problems both on and off the field. Athletes, especially those in professional leagues, have a “win at any…

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    to say all Millennials are progressive and all people from older generations regressive, obviously each has their exception. Nevertheless, it is in the case of the older generations exception that one may be able to incorporate themselves into modern society. The modern generation’s exception is destined for isolation, and is likely just the sad remnants of an erstwhile…

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    of Africa than anywhere else. Drug programs that can treat AIDS in rich countries are very expensive so therefore the African nation cannot afford to treat a large group of their population due to lack of wealth. Short-course drug programs might help because they are much less expensive. Finding a short-course drug program will help prevent infected pregnant women from passing AIDS onto their unborn children. Some say it is unethical to compare a short-course drug program to use a placebo…

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    Drugs. Everyone have probably heard of them- on the news, social media, school, or amongst a group friends. Drugs are bad; everyone has heard that, but why? Drugs cannot be bad just because parents and schools say they are, right? A complete overview and insight into the world of drugs and the dangers of illegal, addictive substances will be provided. Drugs are an evident hazard and epidemic in today’s society, so it is definitely necessary that a full point of view is apparent. From the very…

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    elevated drug costs via increasing premiums (“The high prices of prescription drugs,” n.d.). Digging deeper in the mindset of the drug companies, they exploit the blend of regulations that oblige insurance companies to incorporate fundamentally all of the costly medications in their policies (“The high prices of prescription drugs,” n.d.). They also use the logic and mantra that really stipulates that each novel health care good be accessible to the masses (“The high prices of prescription…

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