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    marijuana and prescription medications have been vigorously debated since numerous states in the United States have legalized medicinal marijuana, and in a recent event in the world, Uruguay legalized marijuana and the government regulates and sells it. Many marijuana researchers are saying that marijuana could end the need for most prescription drugs because marijuana can help with such a diverse amount of illnesses and diseases. Marijuana, compared to prescription medications from a medicinal standpoint, has no harmful side effects, marijuana also helps with a wide range of problems and users on marijuana can't overdose contrasted to the numerous prescription pills Americans overdose or die on every year. Recently, many cases of patients who use prescription painkillers have switched to marijuana because of the side effects of painkillers are much worse than what…

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    The Dark Side of Prescription Drugs Medications have the capacity to affect how we think, act and feel. Tyler Page, author of the graphic novel Raised on Ritalin discusses his journey living with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) for thirty-nine years. He was treated with Ritalin and Adderall, which impacted his life, family, relationships, and occupation. On the other hand, Ellen Forney comic artist of the graphic memoir, Marbles: Mania, depression, Michelangelo and Me, discusses…

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    other health-related events.7 In addition, it is very difficult for the FDA to verify and guarantee the safety of foreign prescription drugs,4 and that is a major health problem in itself. Another argument against this issue, is that, it is forcing patients to lie to their physicians about not following the proper prescribed recommendations.4 This is extremely dangerous, because physicians have no way of knowing what patients are doing in privacy to avoid the high cost of prescription drugs,…

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    Prescription Drug Abuse

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    Prescription drug abuse is the use of a medication used in a way not intended by a doctor. Prescription drug abuse is a major problem around the world. Prescription drugs is the most commonly abused substance by Americans age 14 and older. Girls and boys tend to use drugs in different ways. “Boys tend to use it just to get high, and girls use it mainly to stay alert or lose weight” (Brown). Research conducts that boys are more likely to abuse prescription drugs than girls. Everyday in the US,…

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    Leary Ms. Maggert English III 13 December 2016 Prescription Drug Use Prescription drugs are a tricky subject to make claims about. While they help so many people they also have a negative effect on many people. Many people have been affected by drugs of many kinds but it is alarming when prescription drugs are a huge cause of why people overdose so easily and die because they are legal and so easy to get ahold of. They are bad because of the short term effects they have, the long term effects…

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    Prescription drugs serve an important role to the lives of a variety of patients. They target specific health conditions in order to improve the individual’s condition and overall well-being. As many patients across the nation take their prescribed medications, they will be dependent on it under the recommendation of their physicians. However, there are chances where patients may be unable to access their prescribed drugs. One of these barriers to their access can be a significant increase in…

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    scription drug abuse and addiction Ocean drugs are good they help people cope with disorders and various health conditions people use prescription drugs hopefully every day but these drugs can also have an addictive effect to them prescription drugs are a rising problem throughout the world and can be gateway drugs for people that misuse or abuse their prescriptions or over-the-counter drugs and example of drug misuse is taking more than what is recommended for you cough syrup is safe until is…

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    Over Prescription Drugs

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    Have prescription medications become a problem in our country? In today 's society health, and well-being is important issues. The response to this concern about health and well-being has resulted in an epidemic surrounding prescription drug abuse. The role of prescription drugs are meant to help people and make them healthier in various ways, however, the lack of foresight has caused these prescriptions to become hazardous to society. Are prescription drugs being overprescribed and over…

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    Prescription drugs can be very helpful if taken properly, but surprisingly can be extremely dangerous if taken improperly and can even be deadly. The addiction to prescription drugs such as pain killers, sedatives, and stimulates, is on the rise and not a new subject among individuals. Although prescription drug abuse is not a fresh issue, it has become a rising epidemic over the last several years. Our nation as a whole should take a stand by raising more awareness, closely monitoring…

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    take a prescription drug for those constant headaches you get everyday?Well just take Nalfon it will help you settle your relief in just one hour. Oh but I forgot to mention you will experience dizziness, you may feel faint, nausea, vomiting, stomach aches, and heart pain, but at least you won 't have a headache anymore. Prescription drugs are televised, but by the FDA makes you to tell the symptoms,however they say them quickly so it 's easy to miss. Advertising prescription drugs does make you…

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