Today many countries try to regulate the numbers of drugs users as many as they can by using the scary promotions and commercials to attract the attention from people, albeit ineffective. Rather than using the outmoded methods, legitimacy should be announced for all drugs in order that the regulation will process more ease for the government. In this procedure, the government can legislate the limitations for drugs consumption and people will be able to understand drug disadvantages profoundly. Therefore, allowing drugs as ordinary substances will abate the drug consumption. The aforementioned issue, in brief, the drugs is a too danger to leave it as it is so it should be legalized.
Which is also why I strongly think there should be a legal drinking age be imposed on energy drinks. We being the educated individuals that we are, should become more vigilant. Knowledge is power and alerting each other to the possible danger of these beverages is vital. I hope each one of y'all will take back some learning from my speech and try to create awareness and educate others about this matter and think twice before consuming energy drinks. So my fellow mates please chose wisely because Red Bull can really give you, your pair of wings ( *euphemism for one who is about to die
This question has been discussed in Module 1 amongst my cohorts and I with the majority stating addiction was a disease and those few who questioned this, only did so because someone they truly loved became an addict hurting their feelings which in turn clouded their
After reading over the information provided it is clear that ET and the physician have a right to be concerned. It appears as though EF relied on medication a little too much. As a result, it’s likely that she’s suffering from liver disease, which can be caused by an overdose in medications. In order to properly diagnose what was wrong with EF it’s important to look at the ingredients that make up the numerous medications she was consuming. Even more importantly, when looking at the ingredients it’s crucial to keep an eye out for acetaminophen, which can also be written as APAP.
In this case Eric Harris was suffering from obsessive - compulsive symptoms (unhealthy recurring thoughts or actions). He was also prescribed Antidepressant Luvox Fluvoxamine to treat his social anxiety disorder (social phobia). So if we were to do a complete mental check and public health check, I believe that on that day, many lives could have been saved including the ones of the shooters. That’s why we should enforced this amendment, on the websites that sell guns and the companies so they are able to follow this portal call, running the background check on customers, because what I’m seeing is that these companies are not in fact the 2nd amendment is saying. The meaning of the right to bear arms is so that the people have weapons to protect themselves but in the hands of mentally unstable people, others are in danger.
Don’t be a zero, be a DARE hero to me means that we need to do something about people taking drugs and be a number instead of people being a zero and not doing anything. Marijuana, meth, heroin, and inhalants can all cause death or medical issues. We learned in the role-playing that our friends can make us do things we don’t want to do. That is called personal or peer pressure. On the Internet people can harm you by making you think that they are someone they aren't.
Thesis While becoming a drug addict is a lifestyle choice and influenced by personal discipline, taking Drugs alters the brain. People lose their will power and control over their actions. Addiction can become a brain disease rendering the person helpless. Because repeated drug use causes neurological effects, addicts cannot be counted on to help with their recovery, and the national institute on drug abuse agrees addiction is a brain disease. Addiction is not a brain disease
Reinforced by research evidence, reasonable arguments for supporting the current law on illegal drugs are rarely offered. The clearest arguments are religiously based or moral views that the use of particular drugs is immoral; that people who use those drugs are corrupt and consequently, drugs should be banned and manufacturers, suppliers and users should be treated as criminals. Adjustment to drug laws has been advocated by a number of individuals and reform groups, however opponents announce that such reduction of laws, involving decriminalization and legalization, will eliminate the preventive effect and increase drug use and release much larger drug-related concerns into the community. A reasoning for legalization is that it would significantly reduce or even abolish drug trade inside the black market and criminal networks. Other arguments involve focusing responses within health instead of the police and the criminal justice system.
The effectiveness of a drug crisis intervention is not the same in all cases as there are some people whose addiction has gone overboard and are completely dependent on the substances they use. In such cases, more extreme measures might be necessary to help the individual overcome his addiction. When doing a drug addict intervention, one must make sure that the interventions are non-judgmental, non-confrontational and supportive as some addicts do
Every citizen in the United States has individual rights protected by the Constitution. This protection also includes businesses that have gone through the legal process to become a legal entity ; more commonly known as becoming a corporation. Many times these individual rights, protected by the Constitution, conflict with the common good and as history shows, the courts consistently side with the common good when faced with a case that pits these two against each other. Big Pharma are corporations exercising their individual rights to market, and sell their product to consumers. In the process, the common good is suffering.
1.What is your comfort level with medication administration? If your agency/patient population includes IV Therapy, what is your comfort level with this skill? What aspects (6 rights) of medication administration do you find easy to do? What aspects are challenging? What steps can you take to improve your confidence/safety in this aspect of patient care?
When instructed to take medicines prescribed by doctors, there is rarely any second thought put in before taking those pills. Knowing the side effects of your medications and knowing proper dosages is something that should be done religiously. Opiate overdoses have become one of the leading causes of death in America, this is largely due to doctors not following policy and prescribing addictive narcotics for inappropriate ailments, which leads to addiction, and can destroy the lives of those around them. Patients should be able to trust doctors and know that they are in safe hands, however it now seems as this is not always the case. Doctors are overprescribing addictive medicines and failing to follow proper policy for prescribing those medicines.
Anyone with an addiction clearly has a problem and needs help. That shouldn’t matter if the drug is legal or not. I think if the person has an addiction, they should have the opportunity to get help. But if the person is unwilling to seek or get help, then they should be punished and put in jail, if that drug is illegal. As far as legal prescribed drugs, I believe it should be more of a doctor’s position to realize that an individual is addicted and they should stop prescribing the drug to them.
The second supposition, the war on drugs being considered a failure, is a supposition that I agree with. I chose this supposition because I have always agreed that high penalties for drug charges is unfair and a social justice issue. However, I had never done much research regarding the issue. By choosing this supposition, I gave myself a chance to research the War on Drugs and the effects that it has had on individuals who suffer from substance dependence.