Comparing these beverages to alcohols, the only difference one may be able to identify is that alcohol is not marketed to minors whereas these caffeine-rich products are, which just makes the case worse. 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.
If it is suspected that you are under the influence of a substance, either drugs or alcohol, you may be required to take a drug test after the injury occurs. If you refuse this drug test then you could be refused workers’ compensation insurance. A drug test can clear your name of any wrongdoing when it comes to alcohol or drugs, so it is in your best interest to take a test if requested. However, things get complicated when the injury was not preventable. You will need to work with a lawyer if you were under the influence while injured, but the injury happened due to reasons such as your employer not following safety protocols for a safe working
In Oklahoma, two students (Daniel James and Lindsey Earls) took legal action in stating their opions about the drug testing in schools. The drug testing students was created by the Tecumseh, Oklahoma School District which requires all middle, as well as high school students to participate in urinalysis testing for drugs in order to participate in any extracurricular school activity. This case applies to the Acton’s case because both Acton, Earl, and James all disagreed upon the act of drug testing students. For whatever apparent reason, James Acton’s parents refused to allow James be drug tested. Why?
However, it would not be fair to the parties involved and not appropriate for this paper. Instead, police departments can avoid litigation if they change their policies and procedures to adopt the ADA into CIT training, which CIT does, and have all field officers complete CIT training. CIT training should include wrongful arrest theory and reasonable accommodations theory. Wrongful arrest liability may be avoided if police officers routinely ask “are you disabled or have mental illness” questions or have some means to communicate those questions. Minus exigent circumstances, reasonable accommodations should be made for people with a serious mental illness.
If the government is trying to prevent any more casualties than there absolutely has to be, just by banning guns they are not going to succeed. What the government should do is when someone tries to apply to get a concealed weapon permit or just a license to own a weapon the should have to go through a series of tests to test their mental status in case the doctors have not diagnosed them with any mental illness that might be apparent. These mental status test should happen to an existent of being tested about every two years or so to renew their license. The people of the U.S should be allowed to have weapons as self-defense but the people should use a proper gun safety and use a gun cabinet to store their guns in and keep it out of the reach of children. I also think that the Second Amendment was put into place for a reason, we the people of the United States are letting our government have too much power and that can be very consequential we are already starting to feel the negative effects of letting this happen.
If we need to use drugs that are prescribed by the doctor, we should use them, how they are supposed to be used. 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.
The concept of transparency would have been valuable in the controversial clinical trials described in the movie. In the Tuskegee Experiment if the men were being told the implications and ramifications of the study could have reduced long-term consequences for the participants. Moreover, for patients in the Nigerian clinical trial transparency would have allowed many parents to become aware of all aspects of the study before agreeing to allowing their children to participate. As Dr. Francis Tremolliere noted, in clinical trails it is important that participants are not just signing a consent, but there should be ongoing and stable communication between researchers and
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.
They should be drug tested so that if they are doing drugs they do not do permanent damage to them or to others, stop the people from helping the drug dealers gain money to keep selling, and stop the chain of drug selling and using to stop. Drugs are very harmful substances. The longer you use them the worse they will hurt you. If you stop kids from using drugs early the affects they have cause may not be as bad or they could completely go away with time, and they will not get as addicted
Many states are starting to limit parental rights as P. Jon White (2009), MD, director of health IT, stated in Privacy and Security Solutions that “the HIPAA Privacy Rule defers to state law as to whether a health care provider may or may not notify parents of such treatment and whether the parents have right of access to the medical records associated with such treatment.” (White, p.7). Many agree with this statement because they believe that teenagers are not brainless and that they would go to a doctor if something seemed different than normal. By letting teens make their own decisions, they think teens will become more independent and self-confident. This would stop them from making mistakes later in life. A majority of parents make all the decisions for their youth.