Say No to Drugs Essay

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    controversy people like to argue. The freedom to use drugs. What one does in their personal life and home, including the use of drugs, should be accepted as morally permissible as long as no direct harm is done to others. Whether it be because of privacy, Utilitarianism, Mill’s Harm Principle, or just freedom in general, people have the liberty to fulfill their life to the standard they…

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    that have succumb to drug use, while some individuals claiming that this is due to their social status and environments, while others argue that it’s because of their addictive personalities. Regardless of one’s point of view, it is very clear that drug usage in today’s society is occurring and shows no signs of slowing down. In today’s time and age there are many different types of drugs, one of these types of drugs happens to be depressants. Depressants can be defined as a drug that brings…

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    Marijuana not only promotes addicting habits, but gives people a reason to not perform the daily tasks that they should be doing. Marijuana is a drug that can be consumed in several different ways like a blunt, tea, food, or bong. The similarities between these forms is that they all create the same lasting effect that any drug would, and it can be harmful to yourself and the people around you. Marijuana makes you feel like you are dreaming, and it may relieve your worries for a short period of…

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    The worst thing for a parent is to see their own kid doing drugs or alcohol. In the book Catcher in the Rye, Holden Caulfield sees all of these bad things and notices that innocent kids turn into adults by going through all of this bad stuff. I think children should be protected from a lot of things such as drugs and alcohol, profanity, and bullying. There is a lot of alcohol and drugs in the book Catcher in the Rye. Holden has a drinking problem. This is not good because he is under the…

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    discussed is the use of prescription and/or nonprescription drugs during pregnancy and how this effects the development of the fetus, and the development of the baby once it is born and growing. Researchers all over have been looking into this topic to let all aware of the many terrible side effects and possibilities that this could take on prenatal development, as well as the development for the child as it grows and matures. It is safe to say that during pregnancy, an expecting mother should…

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    hope to walk to a friendly, safe environment. For example, you don’t want to be walking into a school where drugs are being sold, used and exchanged. According to the article “Facts About Teenage Drug and Alcohol Abuse” reveals that 86% of this age group know someone who smokes, drinks or does drugs during the school day. As a result students should be drug tested. There many reasons why drug testing is a great tool for schools. The first reason is that it will help young teens to make sure they…

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    there has been some kind of “war on drugs”, that stemmed from President Henry Nixon’s original declaration of “war on drugs” in 1971. The need for such a policy came from the 1960’s when drug use was rampant and was contributed to youth rebellion, the social revolution and political discord, the President’s concern was the government needed to evaluate to see if drugs were safe and what kind of effectiveness would it have on society. During this initial “war on drugs” package it called for an…

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    environmental, these opportunities to experiment with drugs could have lasting effects on everyone involved. Often the consequences of taking performance enhancing drugs are minor issues, but could have a major impact, it’s effect could be negative and the results could be completely unexpected. The decisions that we make influence the world we live in. Ethical Dilemma Members of Paul’s team have been experimenting with a new performance enhancing drug for some time and have been greeting great…

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    According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, marijuana is “the dried leaves and flowers of the hemp plant that are smoked as a drug” (Merriam-Webster, 2014). Its common use is to be smoked for achieving a “high” but some research has shown that the plant may have medicinal properties as well (Grant, Atkinson, Gouaux, & Wilsey, 2012). Medical marijuana is an arguable topic because it has its pros and cons. This topic is a public issue because there are a number of people that push for the…

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    being consistently ranked within the top five of all medical issues. So some evidence that some people should look for in drugs even if the doctors say they are fine, is often the systematic reviews that occur within the process of the drug being approved, along with the random control trial and the meta-analyses. A systematic review is when the individuals who are composing the drug review different literature that often collects and critically analyze research that was previously conducted,…

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