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10 Things Your Friends May Not Know About Drugs
10 Things Your Friends May Not Know About Drugs
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Made Simple For Teens and Younger Kids to Understand the Dangers of Drug Use

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This booklet exposes the truth about drugs in an easy-to-read, illustrated format so that teens and younger kids can understand how and why drugs destroy a person's mind, body and life.

What is a drug anyway? Dictionaries say a drug is "a chemical substance that is used in the treatment, cure or prevention of illness or disease." But that is not necessarily very clear and it does not say exactly what a "drug" is.

Details and illustrations of what drugs are, what they do to a person, how they affect the mind, why people might try drugs, why people continue using drugs, how alcohol affects the body, how marijuana damages the lungs, nerves and brain, how ecstasy is dangerous, how drugs ruin creativity and dull your senses and how drugs can stay in the body for a long time after you take them are given to make it very clear about the harmful effects of drugs.

You can help teens and younger kids make the right decision to stay away from drugs by helping them to understand what drugs are and really do to a person.

SKU 0011
Weight 0.10 lbs
Price: $1.00 (€ 0.87)


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