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1 Chapter 26 Lesson 1 Created by Tony K.

2 What are Gateway Drugs? A. A metalloid substance that regularly contracts B. A Drug big enough to walk through C. A milder drug that might lead to the use of other, more serious onesC. A milder drug that might lead to the use of other, more serious ones D. None of the Above

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5 What Is a Synergistic Effect? A. The Equalizer Rate of “screw-u-up” MushroomsA. The Equalizer Rate of “screw-u-up” Mushrooms B. A Massive Hysteria caused of the Euphoria of the Masses on EarthB. A Massive Hysteria caused of the Euphoria of the Masses on Earth C. A multiplying effect caused by the chemical balances of mixing two or more active drugsC. A multiplying effect caused by the chemical balances of mixing two or more active drugs D. A super trip on acid!

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8 When Does Withdrawal Occur? A. On Level 5, right after the Goblin Fight B. After removing an Addictive Drug from the bodyB. After removing an Addictive Drug from the body C. Before a user uses an addictive drug the second timeC. Before a user uses an addictive drug the second time D. When a Drug user uses a drug heavier than beforeD. When a Drug user uses a drug heavier than before

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11 What is the definition of Substance Abuse? A. Physically assaulting your poor, defenseless, and innocent substancesA. Physically assaulting your poor, defenseless, and innocent substances B. An incredible shower of illuminated vertebratesB. An incredible shower of illuminated vertebrates C. Unnecessary or improper Use of chemical substances for non-medical purposesC. Unnecessary or improper Use of chemical substances for non-medical purposes D. Adjusting your rearview mirror after you start your ignitionD. Adjusting your rearview mirror after you start your ignition

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14 What is Medicine Misuse? A. Using a medical chemical improperly or for purposes it was not intendedA. Using a medical chemical improperly or for purposes it was not intended B. Smoking the reefer if you don’t have glaucomaB. Smoking the reefer if you don’t have glaucoma C. Inevitable demise of Chinamen D. Killing ants in your backyard

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17 How Does Drug Abuse Affect Babies? A. Adversely, through the mother’s umbilical chord and breast milkA. Adversely, through the mother’s umbilical chord and breast milk B. Ice Mountain Natural Spring Water C. It gives them hair D. It gives them boo-boos

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20 What Is An Overdose? A. An outer celestial orb of supernovaic aura B. A dose of drugs too large for the body to handleB. A dose of drugs too large for the body to handle C. A type of drumstick D. Your Mom

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23 What Kind of Drug Use can put you at risk for HIV and Hepatitis? A. Snorting Drugs B. Suppository Drugs C. Hypodermic Drug Use D. Using Your Mom’s Drugs

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26 What are Synthetic Drugs? A. Drugs made in a Laboratory B. Drugs Derived From Flowers C. Drugs to Play With in Pretend-Land D. None of the Above

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29 What Is Tolerance? A. The Body’s Natural Resistance that builds up against heavily used DrugsA. The Body’s Natural Resistance that builds up against heavily used Drugs B. Brock C. Soot and Poo D. The increased effectiveness of a drug over timeD. The increased effectiveness of a drug over time

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32 What does Addiction Involve? A. Asinine Assassins B. Physical and Physiological Dependence C. Strictly Physical Dependence D. Physiological and Emotional DependenceD. Physiological and Emotional Dependence

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35 People who Experiment With Drugs Have: A. More Control Over Their Life B. Less Control Over Their Lives Over timeB. Less Control Over Their Lives Over time C. Weird Genitalia D. None of the Above

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38 Drug Use Rates Are: A. Remaining in Place Over the Past Decade B. Are Steadily Declining C. Are on the Increase D. Are Impeding on the Sale of U.S. Firearms

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41 What is Psychological Dependence? A. When the Mind craves a drug and one may think they need the drugA. When the Mind craves a drug and one may think they need the drug B. An astronomical diversion of stars and time warpsB. An astronomical diversion of stars and time warps C. Drinking Frozen Beer while watching Pornographic FilmsC. Drinking Frozen Beer while watching Pornographic Films D. None of the Above

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44 What is Physical Dependence? A. A mean STD B. The Mind wants the Drug C. An Evil secret operation at the CIA D. The Body develops a physical need for a drugD. The Body develops a physical need for a drug

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