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Chapter 12 Illegal Drugs
Overdose The taking of too much of a drug
Ketamine Type of club drug that causes numbness
Drug Abuse The intentional improper or unsafe use of a drug.
Hallucinogen A drug that distorts perceptions
Inhalant A drug that is inhaled as a vapor
GHB Club drug used in many sexual assaults
Opiate A highly addictive drug derived from the poppy plant that is used as an anesthetic and a sedative
Stimulant A drug that causes alertness and speeds up the activity of the body
Anabolic Steroids Man-made derivatives of testosterone taken to build muscle
Illegal Drugs Affect the brain Are dangerous to your health Can result in drug abuse or addiction
Marijuana People who use marijuana or hashish often experience loss of balance and coordination
Rohypnol The most dangerous effect of Rohypnol on someone is inability to remember what happened while on the drug.
Crack and Cocaine Are addictive Can cause violent behavior Can be fatal
Teen Drug Use Steal from family members Withdraw from the family Break household or school rules
Controlled Drugs & Illegal Drug Use A controlled drug is a drug whose possession, manufacture, distribution, and sale are controlled by law. Controlled.
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