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Drug Education

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Sebastian Gomez

on 21 February 2017

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Transcript of Drug Education

Most Known
Alcohol
Cocaine
Marijuana
Depressants
Barbituates, sedatives, tranquilizers, downers, reds, valium, special-k, ruffies, alcohol
Hallucinoges
Acid
LSD
PCP
Shrooms
Ecstacy
Inhalants
Gas, aerosols, glue, nitrites, rush, correction fluid, paint
Narcotics
Heroin, Demerol, Dilaudid (D’s), Morphine, Codeine.
Stimulants
Speed, uppers, black beauties, dexies, crank, crystal, meth, amphetamines, caffeine, nicotine, cocaine.
How Much Do You Really Know?
Drug Education
By Sebastian Gomez
Four Loko
Energy & alcohol
12% acohol per can
Equivalent to 4 caffinated drinks and 3-4 beers
Ramapo students-23 hospitalized in 3-4 weeks.
Movement to ban it-17 states
Nicotine: addictive and bad for your heart.
More deaths than HIV, drugs, alcohol, vehicle accidents, guns combined.
Cancer: lung, esophagus, larynx, and oral cavity.
Cigarettes (Nicotine)
Statistics
1 of every 5 deaths in the U.S
480,000 deaths a year (including second hand)
41,000 deaths from second hand smoke
On average smokers will die 10 years earlier than non smokers
Steroids
Physiological
Acne
Male patern baldness
Shrinking of testicles
Reduced sperm count
Liver damage
(Adolescents) stunted growth and disruption of puberty in children
Psychological
Increased agressiveness (roid rage)
Depression and suicide

Sports drinks (gatorade) vs Energy drinks (red bull)
Real energy (carbohydrates)
Stimulants stick to neurons and help you burn carbohydrates faster.
Some ingredients can interact with medicine
Positive anti-doping test
Neurological and cardiovascular problems
Dakota sailors near death story. (espn)

Energy Drinks (Stimulant Drink)
Designer Drugs
Mimic real drugs
Legal
More dangerous than original

Thank You
Any Questions?
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