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Memo on drugs
Memo on drugs
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...DRUGS al Affiliation) Recommendation for Case To begin with, Jones was charged with possession of cocaine in a state court previously; however, an agreement in regard to the “substantial assistance” law can assist by allowing Jones to proceed in the case. The substantial assistance law allows a judge to give lenient sentences to persons that have helped track other drug dealers. This is in regard to section 5K 1.1 of the United States Drug offense Sentencing guidelines. Jones case can be filed in a state court after reaching an agreement between Jones and his defense attorney that the case be filed in a state court rather than a Federal Court. Recommendation for Smith’s Case The case... MEMO ON...
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The War on drugs
The War on drugs
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...Drugs: Golden Triangle – Article Critique and Summary The War on Drugs and Crime Rates The War on Drugs and Crime Rates Author Saadatmant Yassaman Toma Michael Choquette Jeremy Date May, 2012 Source Journal of Business & Economics Research Stakeholder Drug Enforcement Agency Summary: This article represents the relation between the war on drugs and the crime rates. It analyzes how many professionals believe that incarcerating drug offenders actually reduces crime, but what they do not know is the fact that according to the time series analysis of four crime rates in the United States, this view is not supported. The article uses seven explanatory variables which include the Drug... ...
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Performance Enhancing Drugs
Performance Enhancing Drugs
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...DRUGS INTRODUCTION The use of performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) began as early as 800BC, sportsmen and women used these drugs to improve their performance. From gladiators to chariot racers, they all used some form of herb mixture to enhance their performance in sports by preventing fatigue and injuries. These extracts were made from mushroom extracts or plants seeds that are still used up to date in the making of either liquid or tablet performance enhancements. Sports people have used PEDs for a long time since the Greek and Roman age. During earlier years, coaches provided their sports men with their own recipes that included mixtures of strychnine. The danger imposed... PERFORMANCE ENHANCING DRUGS...
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Trauma Management
Trauma Management
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...drugs when trauma symptoms occur "relapse prevention", and communicating and relating effectively with people social skills or marital therapy. Pharmacotherapy (medication) can reduce the anxiety, depression, and insomnia often experienced with PTSD, and help relieve the distress and emotional numbness caused by trauma memories. Several kinds of antidepressant drugs have contributed to patient improvement in clinical trials. A recent review reported promising results for propranolol (Inderal) and cortisol as preventive agents (Pitman and Delahanty, 2005). Genetic studies offer the potential to direct researchers to other pharmacological...
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Drugs and drug traffiking
Drugs and drug traffiking
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...Drug and Drug Trafficking Drugs are things which have biological effect on humans, and they are categorized on the usefulness of the drugs. This paper mainly deals with prohibited drugs as they cause undesirable consequences on the functioning of species. Drug abuse is a widely known notion and its prohibition has led to the development of strong cartels which make it possible to traffic the drugs. Drug abuse has many effects on the society including increased incidences on crime, poverty, and corruption. The limitations of controlling...
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The Beatles and drugs
The Beatles and drugs
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...Drugs The Beatles and Drugs The Beatles were with no doubt the most influential British band of the 1960s, with their music bringing a revolution to the music face as well as rock and roll. This influence was made possible by four young men of the band: Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison. Their influence on the life of Britons got however regarded as rebellious in areas of culture and lifestyle of the people, especially the youth; since they were their target audience. The influence occurred in various ways, and this is in terms of the hair the young people went for, clothes, and introduction to the hippie movement as well as lyrics. This change however... The Beatles and Drugs ...
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Legalization of Drugs
Legalization of Drugs
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...Drugs The issue of legalizing illegal drugs has attracted a heated debate in the past decades. There aremany issues revolving around the issue. This paper will evaluate the positions of the proponents of legalization of these drugs as well as positions of those against the topic. Legalization of Drugs Introduction The issue of legalization of illegal drugs has been a heated debate for the past decades. It is apparent that this topic has contentious issues attached to it, since; it affects both the users of these drugs and society as a whole both negatively and positively. However, before entering to the discussion about whether these drugs need to be legalized... or not, it is necessary first...
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Dont Legalize Drugs
Dont Legalize Drugs
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...drugs should be prohibited. Analysis of the effects of the “war on drugs” stimulates the creation of alternative approaches like decriminalization that presupposes allowance for free sale of some narcotics, legal distribution of prescription on drugs, medical marijuana and full legalization that gives freedom to the open trade and use of drugs. However, the debates regarding mentioned policies lead also to the review of so-called “unintended consequences” that include... In the majority of European countries, politicians, economists and public figures start to rethink the traditional policy regarding narcotics putting doubt on the widely accepted and entrenched fact that any non-medical use of drugs...
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DRUGS AND ADDICTION ASSIGNMENT
DRUGS AND ADDICTION ASSIGNMENT
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...Drugs and Addiction Drugs and Addiction Drug use is a social creation. Substances such as heroin, cocaine, and marijuana modify the brain functioning altering emotions, perceptions and moods of users. However, common laws stipulate that drug abuse occur when citizens violate the acceptable social ideals guiding use of the drugs. Consequently, they experience adverse physiological, social, or psychological consequences. According to sociological perspectives, drug use in American communities is a complex concept that encompasses not only the dependability of an individual’s body, but also...
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Drugs on University Campus
Drugs on University Campus
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...Drugs on Campus [Supervisor’s Drugs on Campus line]- The use of consuming drugs by students is very serious problem. Most of the universities in world maintain zero tolerance policy for the use of drugs on campuses, and it is strictly prohibited on campuses. The use of drugs by students can lead to warnings, rusticate or even arrest. It is considered to be criminal offense in most of the world. According to studies conducted on students, they are getting addicted to drugs more likely than general public. Friends pressure, freedom, living away from home these are all factors that put in to...
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JUVENILE DELINQUENCY AND DRUGS
JUVENILE DELINQUENCY AND DRUGS
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...Drugs Juvenile delinquency is a major public challenge in most countries of the world and has several contributingfactors to it, one of which is drug abuse. Addiction to drugs among youngsters instigates criminal violence for several reasons including acute euphoric effects, economic related strikes and legal-illegal battles. A search was conducted to review literature pertaining to this issue and from the review of literature, it was clear that there does exist a strong relationship between drugs and juvenile delinquency. Addiction to drugs in this age group triggers criminal behavior for several reasons like basic social deviant behavior, thefts and fights for procuring... ?Juvenile Delinquency and...
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What about drugs
What about drugs
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...Drugs Drug use is unhealthy and not something I condone doing. While I have certainly taken legal drugs before – such as over the counter prescriptions, Tylenol, caffeine and sometimes alcohol – I understand that drugs are addictive and something which one should avoid in life. I drink the occasional cup of coffee and enjoy the occasional beer but I am certainly not addicted to drugs and nor will I ever be. I choose to use legal drugs in moderation but have taken it upon myself to never use illegal or mind altering drugs. This would violate my principles and is not...
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DRUGS AND ALCOHOL
DRUGS AND ALCOHOL
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...drug use to school absenteeism. The thesis of the author is that the use of alcohol among high school students leads to increased absenteeism, which is responsible for lower academic grades, and which consequently, influences the economy in a negative manner. This is so because school absenteeism lowers the educational outcomes, which are essential in the economy of a country... “The Effects of Alcohol use on High School Absenteeism” – An Analysis The of this article is Austin A. Wesley, and this features in the American Economist. Wesley is an author, as well as an assistant professor of Economics at the University of Louisiana. In the article, Wesley has used various angles to point at the impact of...
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Decision making in Drugs
Decision making in Drugs
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...Drugs Decision Making and Drugs Introduction Drugs come in many shapes and forms. Society often looks to drugs as being recreational or psychological in scope, but there are types of drugs that are equally as dangerous. Common theory dictates that any addictive behavior can be considered a drug and potentially impacting the decisions that an individual makes. Alcohol, sex addiction, and traditional forms of drug abuse all pose a threat to society in one way or another. It is important to understand the reasons that people turn to drugs, the impact that peer have on our decision making ability, and the role that parents and other authority figures play in enabling individuals... ? Decision Making and...
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Drugs and sports marketing
Drugs and sports marketing
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...Drugs and sports marketing This article investigates the relationship of drugs and drug-use with sports marketing according to the existing literature on the subject. There are two important findings in this investigation. First, sports culture is responsible for the persistence of drug-use in the sports industry. Secondly, the issues associated with drugs negatively affect sports and athletes public image, making the specific relationship between drugs and sports marketing, primarily a branding and public relations dilemma. There are many reasons why drugs are used in...
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SHOULD DRUGS BE BANNED
SHOULD DRUGS BE BANNED
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...DRUGS BE BANNED By The use of illicit drugs especially by younger children and teenagers is a major cause of concern inthe present day world. Globalization has boosted the production, trading and consumption of these drugs and the consumption of which are associated with negative social, economic, political and health consequences (UNRISD, 1994). Hence many experts have called for a ban on the production and sale of these drugs by implementing effective strategies (UNRISD, 1994; Chakwe, 2013). However, the already existing drug bans in several countries has done little to reduce the production and consumption of drugs as a result of which many experts have suggested legalization of drug... ? SHOULD DRUGS ...
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Prohibition, War on Drugs
Prohibition, War on Drugs
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...Drugs: A Discussion of Failed Policies and Key Similarities between These Two One ofthe aspects of current drug policy that continues to provide tension and a level of debate is why certain drugs, such as alcohol are allowed to be produced and consumed within the purview of government regulation whereas other drugs, such as marijuana and other illegal street drugs, are completely and entirely outlawed by the federal government. One might posit that the reason for such a differential has to do with the overall level of harm differential that exists between these drugs; however, when one considers the fact that alcohol is more addictive and destructive than any illegal... ? Prohibition and the War on...
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Effect of drugs
Effect of drugs
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...Drugs; Cause Effect Introduction Despite concerted efforts by all concerned stakeholders, drug abuse has remained a big problem in all societies. More so, the problem seems to increase with time as more people get access to drugs. Many people who take drugs are not aware of the life threatening potential of the drugs at a later stage. They are only interested with the immediate feeling of excitement and pleasure. There exist many causes of drug abuse, which include peer influence, curiosity, poverty, and environment, among others. On the other hand, effects of drug use include depressed social and family relationships, declining health status, poverty, violence among others. This paper seeks... ...
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Drugs and adolescents
Drugs and adolescents
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...drug and substance abuse, particularly among adolescents, and the various aspects concerning this phenomenon. The identity of my interviewee is kept confidential upon request and will not therefore be disclosed anywhere in this report. However, he, being a previous addict, offers valuable insight on the menace of drug abuse that continue to plague our societies in general. The environment where the discussion occurs is calm, quiet and discrete enough to facilitate a fruitful and engaging... Insert Introduction My interview takes place in the school library discussion area with a 21-year old male adolescent schoolmate. It is around 5p.m. and our main topic of discussion will delve around the issue of drug ...
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War On Drugs Case
War On Drugs Case
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...Drugs Case Inserts His/her Here] Inserts Grade Inserts Inserts Here (Day, Month, Year) Introduction Drug use has been increasing with each day passing by among young children in each town and city across America. The drug abuse mostly initiates in the childhood and is more likely to progress forming an addiction. Various programs have been devised to curb the issue and prevent children from attempting and using drugs by creating awareness through advertisements. However, the advertisement seems to bear no impact in controlling the rate of drug use. Merits of Integrated Marketing Communications Integrated marketing communications is adopted by organizations to accomplish the objective... of...
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Performance Enhancing Drugs
Performance Enhancing Drugs
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...Drugs The main issue in the second discussion was the morality of using drugs to improve physical or memory performance with the aid of drugs. Proponents of the use of drugs to improve performance state that it improves physical and mental versatility, and this can be in no way harmful. However, the opponents state that human beings are intelligent enough as they are and have made many strides without aid. Aiding this advancement using drug use would lower the value of any work done by an individual. This means that the use of drugs would reduce the importance of hard work and reduce the impact of many earned successes. The value of many earned successes would be reduced since... ?Performance Enhancing...
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War on drugs
War on drugs
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...drug addiction throughout the world including the United States, where people are comparatively more addicted to drugs. First body paragraph highlights controversial debate over the use of drugs by the government at the same time when government fights against it. Second body paragraph includes a brief view of the policies and laws proposed and implement by the government of the USA in the war against drugs. Third paragraph discusses claims and arguments of the individuals who are against illegalization of drugs. Conclusion includes an outcome of the argumentative discussion over legal and illegal use of alcohol and other drugs... by the government of the US. War on...
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Sports and Enhancement Drugs
Sports and Enhancement Drugs
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...Drugs When fighting wars or competing in sports, human beings desire a competitive edge over their competitors. They often come up with plans and strategies which give them an upper hand and the use of artificial stimulants is one of them. The idea of using substances and stimulants for enhancing performance is not new; it has been around for centuries. The participants in the Medieval Greek games, the Roman gladiators and soldiers ate herbs, dried figs, strychnine and various organs of animals to build stamina, recover from fatigue and perform better (Bahrke and Yesalis 2). The use of stimulants and performance enhancing drugs in sports gained momentum in the 1950s-60s... ?Sports and Enhancement Drugs...
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Drugs and Babies
Drugs and Babies
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...Drugs and Babies As medicine has continued to progress in the 20th and 21st centuries, more and more information has come to light in regards to how babies develop in the womb. Perhaps more importantly, pregnant women have come to learn just how their own actions can affect the overall development of their unborn children. Unfortunately, much of this information has been gathered from the study of babies who have born with severe problems due to their mother’s behaviors. One of the most detrimental behaviors to a baby’s health is the consumption of severe drugs like crack. Within the article entitled “Crack Babies: Here They Come Ready Or Not,” the author focuses on the impact... ? Assignment Byline...
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Legalizing Performance Enhancing Drugs
Legalizing Performance Enhancing Drugs
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...Drugs Performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) have been an issue of intense debate, especially when it comes to their use in sports. The ban on their use is increasingly been questioned, and objections abound from all quarters of the world on their prohibition in sports. There are two sides to the debate, both with their respective arguments that are equally non-refutable. This makes it even more difficult to arrive at a conclusion on whether legalization of drugs is fair and possible. This paper deals with the ethical and scientific aspects of the debate, bringing forth... 2 September Legalizing Performance Enhancing...
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War on Drugs
War on Drugs
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...Drugs Introduction War on drugs has been a political or debating problem across the globe (Carpenter, 2003: 155). The federal government has put policies or regulations that aim in reducing or prohibiting the illegal treading of drugs. The laws intend to discourage manufacturing, selling and consumption of illegal drugs globally. “UN treaty that was enacted on 1961 limited the access of dangerous narcotic drugs” (Malinowska-Sempruch, Hoover and Alexandrova, 2003:196), which undermine the wellbeing of the society. Therefore, they employ various drug policies, which are sorted out under the public health and safety of human beings in order to protect the rights of human beings... Lecturer: War on Drugs...
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Global War on Drugs
Global War on Drugs
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...drugs The global war on drugs is an issue that has taken the entire continent by storm. The developed countries are having a rough time as their economies are slowly brought to their knees because of this trade. The developing nations are not left behind also because the majority of their populations are hooked, peddling or barons of the illicit trade. The developing countries have joined the fray of the developed to try and solve the drug issue. The issue has been addressed by historians, researchers and governments in respective areas and governments. One such person who has been very vocal and active in this issue is Richard Davenport-Hines. He is a historian and biographer who has... Global war on...
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The War on Drugs
The War on Drugs
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...Drugs The War On Drugs: Describing Efforts to Combat Illegal Substances By You Your Academic Organization Here Appropriate Date Here The War On Drugs: Describing Efforts to Combat Illegal Substances INTRODUCTION The War on Drugs represents a significant effort on behalf of the United States to halt the flow of illegal substances into the country, while also attempting to discourage the usage of drugs throughout the world. The U.S. invests approximately $37 billion yearly in the pursuit of hampering drug cartel activities and the efforts of those who distribute drugs domestically (DrugSense.com, 2007). This paper describes various statistics regarding the War on Drugs... , highlighting...
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The In-Vivo and In-Vitro Effects of Sildenafil (Viagra) on Oocyte and Embryo Development
The In-Vivo and In-Vitro Effects of Sildenafil (Viagra) on Oocyte and Embryo Development
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...drug is “moderately effective” among women with female sexual arousal disorder caused by the use of antidepressant drugs, diabetes, and multiple sclerosis. Nurnberg et al. (2008) conducted a randomized controlled trial to examine the effectiveness of sildenafil citrate in treating the sexual dysfunction of women caused by the intake of serotonin reuptake inhibitors... ? The In-Vivo and In-Vitro Effects of Sildenafil (Viagra) on Oocyte and Embryo Development ID Number & Instructor’s Name Date Total Number of Words: 8,766 Table of Contents 1. Introduction …………………………………………………………………………. 3 1.1 Infertility Problems in Women ……………………………………………. 3 1.2 General Overview of Physiology and Anatomy of Female...
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Legalization of Drugs
Legalization of Drugs
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...drugs between the law enforcing bodies and drug dealers for centuries. Drug addiction has always been one of the majorconsiderations in the design and enforcement of law throughout the world. But the problem seems to aggravate further every time an action is taken to combat it. History provides evidence for this argument. “Violence was common in the alcohol industry when it was banned during Prohibition, but not before or after”. (Miron, 2009). Drug industry has always met with severe oppression and that is the cause of rise of various forms of violence that fundamentally arises as a result of disputes between the sellers and customers who have no choice but to rely... There has been a silent war on...
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Legalizition of Recreational Drugs
Legalizition of Recreational Drugs
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...drugs Recreational drug regulation poses a challenge for the entire society. How can reprimanding a person for behaviorthat injures or harms only himself or herself be explained and justified? According to philosophy, current regulation on drugs is unjustified and that some drugs that have been made illegal are treated like alcohol or tobacco. Therefore, instead of criminalizing drugs, they should be made legal. The main argument for making drugs illegal in society is because of the harm inflicted on the second party. The use of drugs among people is not a new phenomenon. It has been part of human life. In fact, the Eskimos are the only people lacking tradition because... ?Legalization of recreational...
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War On Drugs
War On Drugs
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...drug trafficking is what has fundamentally led to the crowding effect in correctional organizations i.e. and federal prisons and halfway houses. The war on drugs has implied harsh punishment on persons found either using or selling drugs, ignoring the level at which it is practiced, as is the case with high-school children looking to earn some extra money to support their families. Furthermore, persons incarcerated for minor drug trafficking find it difficult to get employment having being convicted. This leads them to refining the skills they already have in drug trade (Becker and Murphy, 2013). Established in the 1970s by President Nixon, the war on drugs has resulted... ?Incarceration arising from...
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The War On Drugs
The War On Drugs
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...Drugs War on Drugs has been fought improperly costing countless lives, treating many addicts as criminals rather than patients and wasting billions of taxpayer dollars. A campaign initiated against the illegal trade of drugs by President Nixon in 1971. According to Global commission of drug policy (2011) US has spent $1trillion on this war and is considered as the longest and most in-effective war in which US is engaged. Expert’s estimates the cost has approximately run to $40billion annually. This war has not affected only American empire but also affected America’s many possessions and provinces, including most of the Europe who were forced to adopt same laws to penalize criminals... ...
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Legalization of Drugs
Legalization of Drugs
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...Drugs Legalizing marijuana is a concept that is growing in popularity. Proponents claim that it does society more harm than good to incarcerate people for a fairly harmless substance and is hypocritical for alcohol and tobacco to be legal because these substances are, too, physically addictive and deadly. In addition to marijuana, others, such as Douglas Husak, want to decriminalize all drugs as he explains in Four Points about Drug Legalization, a philosophical commentary on the irrationality of the “war on drugs.” Of course the idea of legalization to some, such as James Wilson, suggests legitimizing the use of dangerous, mind-altering substances which would lead to the increase... Legalization of...
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Mothers abusing prescrition drugs
Mothers abusing prescrition drugs
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...Drug Abuse Introduction The scientific study of social organizations and interactions is called sociology. The social definition of a drug is: a drug is a social fabrication or a cultural artifact. It is something that has an arbitral definition from certain society’s segments (Barber 23). Although what the society refers to as drug may contain different pharmacological traits, they are similar in that they are labeled as drugs by the society. Therefore, the effects of different drug abuses are rarely dependent on the way they are conceptualized, classified or defined. The sociological perspective of drug reality is directly inverse in definition and explanation... of Sociological Perspective of Drug...
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Alcohol Abuse And Drugs
Alcohol Abuse And Drugs
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...DRUG. Submitted Submitted by 6th June’ INTRODUCTION Alcohol and drug Abuse is undoubtedly one of the major problems that the human race is facing in the current times. It is ironic that a menace to humanity as intense as Drug and alcohol addiction has become so very common in society. This paper attempts to highlight the nature of this problem, its causes and the possible solutions. The terminologies alcohol abuse and drug abuse can literally be defined as follows: Alcohol abuse: Use of alcoholic beverages to excess, either on individual occasions ("binge drinking") or as a regular practice. For some individuals-children or pregnant women... Propose a Solution to a Social Problem”  ALCOHOL ABUSE AND...
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Performance-Enhancing Drugs
Performance-Enhancing Drugs
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...Drugs Performance-enhancing drugs refer to substances that are used by people, mostly the sportsmen from different fields, to make their performances better (Bahrke and Yesalis 4). Additionally, the human growth hormone may also be used to increase an individual’s performance. The use of performance-enhancing drugs in the sports area has been in existence since the ancient Maya and Greece (Jeffrey, Jose, and Douglas 12). Performance potions were used by the Greeks to enhance their abilities, while cocoa leaves were used by the Maya for the same purpose as the Greeks’. Nowadays, sportsmen and women will go to extreme lengths to improve their athletic abilities (Mottram 18...  Performance-Enhancing Drugs...
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All About Controlled Drugs
All About Controlled Drugs
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...drug. First Pass metabolism i.e. Drugs taken through oral route undergo a process of activation and metabolism. This decreases their decreases their bioavailability and provides the blood stream with the active metabolite of the drug. Drug-Enzyme interaction i.e. several enzymes in the body act on drugs to release their active metabolites. Drug-Receptor Interaction i.e. Final action of the drugs takes place when they bind to their specific receptors and cause either activation of deactivation of the receptor to produce the desired effect.(Katzung, 2009) Ans 6 Antidepressants: these drugs include Diazepam, Verapamil and Lorazepam etc. the generic names are Xanax etc. These drugs... All About Controlled...
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Effects of Drugs
Effects of Drugs
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...Drugs have continued to burden society and its values for generations. There have been many families, lives and careers which have been destroyed due to drugs. In addition, drug abuse has certain health implications that affect the user and makes him or her a financial burden due to medical care requirements. Drugs are also very addictive and the user loses his or her morals making him or her blind to the impact that the drugs is having on his or her life. The drugs also have psychological implications on the user and his or her associates and relatives. This paper will assess the influence of drugs one’s family, career and life. As mentioned above, drugs are addictive meaning... an...
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Drugs In The World
Drugs In The World
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...DRUGS IN THE WORLD Examine what role does colonization and war play in the proliferation of opium and cocaine in the world? The historical and contemporary societies, irrespective of the level of development, have used drugs for medicine, recreational and religious purposes. Evidently, the contemporary globalized society has become proliferated with two major drugs, which are opium and cocaine. Historically, the origins of the opium poppy can be traced back to lower Mesopotamia where it was cultivated by the local Sumerians. All knowledge concerning the plant’s cultivation and euphoric effect was soon passed along to the Assyrians, then to...
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Drugs and their influence
Drugs and their influence
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...Drugs and their Influence Introduction Drugs, both legal and illegal, have influenced and had numerous effects on society throughout history; and, drug use and addiction continue to do so, especially in the United States. Illegal drug use (i.e. heroin, cocaine, marijuana) continues in the US despite numerous and aggressive enforcement strategies and legislation aimed at illegal drug sales and use (Reuter, 2009). In addition to illegal drugs, the rate of prescription drug misuse and addiction continues to rise, with Oxycontin being the most common of these...
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Illicit drugs in Asia
Illicit drugs in Asia
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...DRUGS IN ASIA These drugs are chemical substances which can either be stimulants, depressants, narcotics, cannabis or hallucinogens. They are harmful to the human consumption and therefore considered as illegal in most countries. Afghanistan is the world’s largest producer of the most addictive substance called opium. Asian countries in the early times were no drug zones until when economies began to practice free trade. By the eighth century A.D, opium had spread to China from eastern Mediterranean. As a result of the emergence of drugs in the Asian continent, this has constantly led to new regulatory systems (Rashid, 2002). This has led to a great collaboration between other Western... ILLICIT DRUGS...
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Drugs And Society
Drugs And Society
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...DRUGS AND SOCIETY Drugs and Society of of lecturer of study The use and trade of illegal drugs in the United States and other parts of the world is the most prevalent social problem there in present times. Billions of dollars are spent fighting against drug abuse, drug related crimes and in rehabilitating addicts. The relationship between drugs and crime has intensified over the years attracting interest in this area. Drugs have mental, physical and emotional effects on the users. The federal approach is used to fight the problem in the United States. The FDA is the body governing the pharmaceutical industry. The Needle Exchange Programs (NEPs) have been effective however they face... Running head: DRUGS ...
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Drug trafficking and drugs
Drug trafficking and drugs
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...Drugs and Drug Trafficking Aliemnys Benitez December 13, Keiser Table of Contents …………………………………………………………………………………………...3 Introduction …………………………………………………………………………………….4-5 Effect of drugs in society………………………………………………………………………..5-7 Drug treatments……………………………………………………………………………………7 Detox process……………………………………………………………………………………...8 Behavioral therapy………………………………………………………………………………...8 Outpatient programs……………………………………………………………………………….8 Drug trafficking………………………………………………………………………………..9-10 Legal implications………………………………………………………………………………..10 Drug Cartels…………………………………………………………………………………..10-13 Effects of drug trafficking……………………………………………………………………13-15 United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime... ...
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Legalization of Drugs
Legalization of Drugs
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...Drugs B. Against the Legalization of Recreational Drugs C. Costa, Antonio Maria. Drugs: Cash Flow for Organized Crime. Remarks. Warsaw: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, 2005. Daily Kos. Obama: A Fundamental Responsibility. 14 March 2009. 22 March 2009 . Peele, Stanton. Why We Cant Legalize Drugs. 12 March 2009. 22 March 2009 . D. Recreational drugs being allowed to flood the marketplace puts us all as American citizens in jeopardy. Looking at the recent events in Mexico... provides an all-too-close picture of what happens when drug enforcement is not a government priority. To protect our children and our country, we cannot allow drug dealers and...
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War on Drugs
War on Drugs
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...drug addiction throughout the world including the United States, where people are comparatively more addicted to drugs. First body paragraph highlights controversial debate over the use of drugs by the government at the same time when government fights against it. Second body paragraph includes a brief view of the policies and laws proposed and implement by the government of the USA in the war against drugs. Third paragraph discusses claims and arguments of the individuals who are against illegalization of drugs. Conclusion includes an outcome of the argumentative discussion over legal and illegal use of alcohol and other drugs... by the government of the US. War on Drugs...
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Performance Enhancing Drugs
Performance Enhancing Drugs
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...DRUGS Performance Enhancing Drugs Objective: To explore the extent of use of performance enhancing drugs with particular emphasis to its use in the field of sports. To evaluate the measures that has been adopted to check the use of performance enhancing drugs in the field of sports, and whether these measures have been effective in their aim, and are fair to sportsmen. Relevance: Performance enhancing drugs have been a bane in the field of sports for a very long time, as athletes have tried to gain unfair advantage through its use, and suffered due to the side effects. Two factors have led to a belief that the use of performance enhancing drugs is becoming widespread among... PERFORMANCE ENHANCING...
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War On Drugs
War On Drugs
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...drugs Introduction The phrase ‘war on drugs’ was developed in the united s 5o years ago to mean the efforts that the government was making towards the eradication of illegal drug trade and drug use in the country and neighboring states. Due to the impacts of illegal drug use and abuse on American citizens, the government has adopted a number of approaches to ensure that illegal trade in the country is controlled. President Richard Nixon contributed significantly in shaping the country’s was on drugs when he declared that drug abuse was the country’s number one enemy (Fulkerson and Fida 64). As a result, approaches were put in place through legislative support from congress to enhance... The war on...
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Reflection on Drugs Errors
Reflection on Drugs Errors
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...Drug Errors Reflection on Drug Errors Introduction Nursing is a vital component in providing health care services to the patients. Thus, nurses should be fully equipped with sufficient theoretical knowledge and practical skills to be able to render appropriate nursing care. Dispensing and administration of medications are integral in nursing care. I was given the opportunity to observe medication errors during my transition period and came to the conclusion that they are a common occurrence even at pharmacies. My first hand experience in medication errors during the transition period and the scientific studies on the topic broadened my perspective on the causes of drug errors... and the...
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Drugs, addiction and reward
Drugs, addiction and reward
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...drugs for treating dejection affect actions through contact with the nervous system... to advance what is identified as the mind-body problem, that is the clarification of the connection, if any, that obtains linking mental processes, and corporal processes. Drugs contain chemicals and when they are taken into the body, they alter normal body physiology. Drugs that lead to addiction generate a lofty by over stimulating the brain’s Reward coordination. The cells that make up the brain are known as cells neurons. There work is to communicate with each other through the exchange neurotransmitters, on the exterior of brain cells. The neuron responds and...
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