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What type of drug is heroin? an opiod drug
What is heroin made of? Morphine, a natural substance taken from the seed pod of the opium poppy plants`
where is heroin grown Southeast and southwest Asia, Mexico, and Columbia
How is heroin taken snorted, smoked or injected
What are the affects on society costs from medical complications and child welfare
how many people in the US in 2007 used heroin 153 000
short term affects of heroin "rush", slowed breathing, coma or death
long term affects of heroin bad teeth, constipation and coldsweats
What type of drug is cocaine a powerfully addictive stimulant drug
how is cocaine taken orally, snorted, injected, or smoked
what are the effects of cocaine on society over 15 000 people dying each year 300 000 infants being born with cocaine addiction
short term effects of cocaine loss of appetite, nausea, hallucination, anxiety and depression
long term effects of cocaine of society high blood pressure, liver, kidney and lung damage, and severe tooth decay
how are inhalants taken breathing in fumes through their noses or mouths. inhaled from a plastic or paper bag.
Short term affects of inhalents Slurred speech, drunk appearance, no balance, unconsciousness and/or death from suffocation
Long term affects of inhalents muscle weakness, irritability, depression and damage to liver and heart
effects inhalents have on society effecting families and communities as much as the user
Created by: LAC