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drug free

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jayme corcoran

on 5 May 2010

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Say NO to drugs and alcohol ! By london lane What is a drug? a drug is any substance that alters normal bodily function. Legal drugs Illegal drugs medication,caffeine
alcohol (after 21)
inhalants (not intended uses) Why do people do drugs? Who does drugs?

people with family history of substance abuse
individuals who are depressed, have low self esteem, or don't "fit in"

When do people do drugs? How do people do drugs? where can I help for drug abuse? marijuana
stimulants (cocaine,speed) Consequences of Drug Use
increased use of drugs later in life
poor judgment and accidents
unsafe sex
jail time

how to say no to people
that ask you to do drugs

walk away
tell an adult
tell them how bad it is for them
explain side effects and possible punishments Addiction to drugs
is when people often get hooked on it peer pressure
they think drugs will make them really cool
they're bored and have nouthing eles to do
they heard that marjuana has been legalized in some state
people think drugs will help them fit in. snorted
swallowed internet:

rehab drug treatment centers


path hotline ALCOHOL
liquid form
affects the brain and spinal cord
alters perceptions,emotions,movement, vision
and hearing
hard stuff

impaired vision
memory problems
liver disease
slowed reaction MARIJUANA
Green leaves or stems of a hemp plant
Main Chemical: Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) Street Names
Mary Jane
risk of heart attack
anxiety and panic attacks
increased heart rate
three times more likely of developing Schizophrenia

highly addictive synthetic chemical
can be snorted, smoked or injected
can be made in dangerous homemade labs out of Meth can be made from ingredients like battery acid, drain cleaner, lantern fuel, and antifreeze.
Street terms

crank, ice, meth, speed, chalk unhealthy weight loss
dental issues
increased respiration
sensation of "meth bugs"
Inhalants fumes that are sniffed or huffed affect the brain with great speed and force
keep oxygen from reaching the lungs street names

whippets, poppers, air blast,
moon gas, bullet rush

Slurred speech, Lack of coordination, Dizziness, Lightheadedness, Hallucinations http://www.brainpop.com/health/nutrition/alcohol/ What do YOU think??
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