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    Drug tests should be required for all athletes. Students should have to take a drug test because if players don’t then the team will be more likely to fail. If everyone on the team passes the test then the coach won’t have to worry about the scores going downhill because of drugs. If school athletes really want to play sports they will not do drugs. Doing drugs will ruin the opportunity to earn scholarships, jobs, or even having a life in the future. Unfortunately, athletes may care about drugs more then there career but drug tests for student athletes can prevent drugs from ruining lives in the future. School athletes have many opportunities to have a good life in the future if they try their hardest and if they go down the right path during those times. More important, athletes should have the opportunity to experience the horrendous feeling that they may not pass the test. Teams depend on their teammates to always be available, drugs can change your athletic abilities, and students join sport teams as a positive activity to avoid getting into trouble and the presence of drugs in sports defeats the goal. School athletes don’t need the…

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    False Positive Drug Test

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    FALSE POSITIVE DRUG TEST Finite Math Professor Joy Beverly Tommy Warren 10/02/17 FALSE POSITIVE DRUG TEST Yikes, I tested positive for an illicit and illegal drug and I don’t use drugs. Can this really happen? Yes, it can happen and it has to too many innocent people. You should have received a negative result when tested for drugs, but you didn’t instead you received a positive result. This is referred to as a ‘false positive’. Understanding ‘false positive” is a…

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    How To Pass A Hair Follicle Drug Test Used by employers, corporations, law enforcers, and even parents, hair drug testing is one of the growing methods for drug testing. With it, someone can be tested for drug use as far as 90 to 120 days ago. And unlike urinalysis, there’s no way to adulterate or dilute the hair samples to mislead the results. Now, you might be worried and asking: “How do I pass a hair drug test test!?” First off, know that this isn’t a fool-proof method, but many have had…

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    Mandatory Drug Testing How many times have you witnessed or heard stories about a Welfare recipients selling their food stamps for cash? If you have not, I am sure you have heard stories. We automatically assume it is to buy drugs, alcohol, cigarettes or, even a lottery ticket. What about the Facebook post showing welfare recipients buying an iPhone, iPad or gaming system? The sharing and comments that are attached to those posts showing the anger society has against these behaviors. The…

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    Multi-Panel Vs. Single-Panel drug Test kits for Employee Drug Testing Employers are responsible for their staff's safety at the office. One way of making office safe is to ensure it is free from drug destroying workers. Effective office drug testing outcomes in better conformity with law, fewer workers comp claims and less legal complications to business. It also develops better employee-employer trust and relationship. Employers can use different methods to evaluate workers for substance…

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    Roadside Drug Test

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    England and Wales have introduced new Roadside drug tests limits for 17 prescription and illegal drugs. Drug offenders could be caught on the roads by a roadside swab test that was first used in March 2015. In order to prosecute under old laws, Police had to prove that an individual’s driving was impaired as a result of drug use. However the newest rules tests for 17 specific drugs and just like with alcohol, it is an offence to drive while under the influence of any of them. For the most of…

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    Kids health as well as their futures are greatly affected by drugs, actions should be taken now to deter them away from using or taking drugs. Schools should be allowed to drug test children in middle school and high school because it could help prevent the use of drugs, stop the issues corresponding with using drugs, and could lead to better lives. People tend to overlook the fact that young people can and will do drugs.…

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    housewife re-entering the work force, Ehrenreich realizes that she is unlikely to get hired based on her application alone. From a pay phone in the front of a Wal-Mart, she phones personnel and speaks with Roberta, who tells her that she can offer her a job after she completes a survey. Roberta tells Ehrenreich that she has gotten three answers wrong and they must discuss them further. Ehrenreich is able to account for her answers but is worried about the drug test. Many people face the dilemma…

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    All over the world animals are being tested on products such as Febreze without even knowing it. Animal testings are used for many studies. The human organ system, and the body structure is similar to that of animals. Researchers study animals to understand how the human body processes different drugs and chemicals such as that of the animal. Animals help with the study of several illnesses such as cancer, and heart diseases. Many companies test on animals, some of these companies include…

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    occurrence of drug testing has became popular in school environments. Drug testing has brought up many controversies in recent years. It has produced a negative outcome against the citizens across the United States; for instance, it has been proven to be ineffective to decline drug problems in school environments, it is discriminating against students appearances, an invasion of privacy, and expensive cost-to-productions prices. From students involved in extracurricular activities to students…

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