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Monthly Archives: July 2017

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Advice to Parents Whose Children May Be Using Drugs

The objective of this article is to acquaint parents with some possible resources for drug education and some tips as to how to react when youngsters are using drugs.

By: Susan Adams, M. Ed. 

Advice to Parents Whose Children May Be Using Drugs

Summary: Communication with youngsters needs to remain open and friendly even when drug use is suspected. Continue reading

Who Are the Children Most at Risk for Drug Use and What Are the Signs?

The objective of this article is to provide some clues for early detection of children and adolescence at risk for drug or alcohol abuse and how the early signs might be recognized.

By: Susan Adams, M. Ed. 

Who Are the Children Most at Risk for Drug Use and What Are the Signs?

Summary: Adolescents is a problematic time at best for almost all teens. Continue reading

Use and Abuse of Narcotics

The objective of this article is to describe the nature of narcotics, how they are used, and the dangers of using them.

By: Susan Adams, M. Ed. 

The Use and Abuse of Narcotics

Summary: Medically speaking, narcotics are the drugs derived from opium such as codeine and morphine and heroine. There are synthetics which are abused as well. Continue reading

Drugs That Suppress the Central Nervous System-Sedatives

The objective of this article is to point out what drugs are considered sedative, their effects and dangers.

By: Susan Adams, M. Ed. 

Drugs That Suppress the Central Nervous System-Sedatives

Summary: Some sedatives are used legitimately for sleep and for anxiety reduction. However, many people use “downers” when they take “uppers” in order to come down from the highs generated by the stimulant drugs. Continue reading

The Hallucinogens

The objective of this article is to identify the effects and dangers of the drugs that are hallucinogens.

By: Susan Adams, M. Ed. 

The Hallucinogens

Angel dust, (PCP) acid, and other mind altering drugs affect perception, thinking and emotion. They can cause delusions and distortions and are very dangerous. Tis article provides a detailed description of their effects and dangers. Continue reading

The Amphetamines

The objective of this article is to point out the effects and dangers of amphetamines.

By: Susan Adams, M. Ed. 

The Amphetamines

Summary: Amphetamines are the stimulants that excite the central nervous system. In high doses, euphoria is present and, as the dose wears off, depression can follow. Amphetamines have been found in diet pills and taken as such for many adults who experienced many negative consequences. Continue reading

Cocaine Use

The objective of this article is to explain what cocaine is, its use, and its effects.

By: Susan Adams, M. Ed. 

Cocaine Use

Summary: Cocaine is a stimulant drug used medically as a local anesthetic. It can cause irritation of the tissues with which it comes in contact, and has serious emotional and physical side effects. Continue reading

Relationship of Drugs and Traffic Safety

The objective of this article is to examine the specific effects of drugs on driving capabilities in an effort to provide information as a deterrent to drinking, drugging, and driving.

By: Susan Adams, M. Ed. 

The Relationship of Drugs and Traffic Safety

Summary: It is commonly accepted that alcohol, drugs, and driving don’t mix. However, that thought often gets lost when people use and drive. Continue reading

Risks of Early Marijuana Use

The objective of this article is to point out the explicit dangers that accompany early use of marijuana as opposed to later use into adulthood.

By: Susan Adams, M. Ed. 

Risks of Early Marijuana Use

Summary: The younger the person who tries marijuana experimentally, the more susceptible to addiction they are. Continue reading

Is Marijuana Really Harmful?

The objective of this article is to explain the effects of marijuana in the body and to answer the question as to its ability to be detrimental to the user.

By: Susan Adams, M. Ed. 

Is Marijuana Really Harmful?

Summary: Marijuana is the most widely used illicit drug in the United States. Marijuana causes many harmful effects to users both medically, cognitively, psychiatrically, and socially. Continue reading

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