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Psy 240 Appendix D - tobacco marijuana cocaine and...

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Axia College Material Appendix D Drug Health Effects Scale Most of us are aware of the effects of alcohol and tobacco. Or are we? What about other commonly abused drugs, such as marijuana, cocaine, and heroin? These drugs are illegal, but does that automatically mean they are more hazardous to our health than alcohol and tobacco? After reviewing your text about the health hazards of the commonly abused drugs—alcohol,
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Unformatted text preview: tobacco, marijuana, cocaine, and heroin—categorize each according to the following scale: • 1—Non-hazardous • 2—Somewhat hazardous • 3—Hazardous • 4—Very hazardous Tobacco Alcohol Marijuana Cocaine (stimulants) Heroin (opiates) Long-term effects Disease-causing Chances of addiction Withdrawal effects Contribution to deaths Heritability of using Totals: PSY 240...
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