Marijuana and Alcohol: Essay

Marijuana and Alcohol: Essay

Sample Essay

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Length: 1538 words

There is no society which exists in which drugs were not used. Despite being well aware of the negative effects of drug addiction, people all over the world make use of illegal and illegal drugs. Drugs not only affect people’s mind but it affects their behavior as well which is why drugs are considered to be the most threatening of the factors leading to social risk. The usage of drugs also leads to an increase in mortality rates, criminal and aggressive behavior and at times, it may lead to dissolution of relationships. (more…)

Alcohol and Women Studies: Essay

Alcohol and Women Studies: Essay

Sample Essay

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Length: 1534 words

This study explored the influence of the use of GHB and the use of alcohol. The observer’s feelings toward the victim were studied along with feelings toward the perpetrator of the crime in a man-woman rape event. The sample used for this specific study comprised of 198 students from a Northeastern College. Amongst the 198 students, 130 were female and around 80%of them were Caucasian. The ages of the participants ranged from 18 years to 48 years but the mean age calculated resulted to 19. (more…)

Long Term Effects of Child Abuse: Essay

Long Term Effects of Child Abuse: Essay

Sample Essay

Words 1,823

Introduction

Child sexual abuse has come to be extensively observing as a root of mental health problems in adult life. The influences of child sexual abuse on social, interpersonal and sexual performance in adult life and its possible role in mediating some, if not all, of the harmful effects on mental health, has attracted less attention and study, but is debatably equally significant. For this reason, and because the mental health aspects have been so much more broadly canvassed and ably reviewed. (more…)

A Million Little Pieces by James Frey

A Million Little Pieces by James Frey

Book Review

Words 2,229

James checks into his treatment center with symptoms which are indicative of a person experiencing withdrawal from both drugs and alcohol. Due to the fact that James is at a serious Addiction / Dependence level along with being a poly-drug abuser, He experiences multiple withdrawal symptoms.

In his book, James refers to different symptoms related to different abuses (more…)

CRITICAL ESSAY ON CIGAR SMOKING AND RELATION TO DISEASE

CRITICAL ESSAY ON CIGAR SMOKING AND RELATION TO DISEASE

Sample Essay

Words 786

Summary

The article “Effect of cigar smoking on the risk of cardiovascular disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and cancer in Men” by Iribarren et al. (1999) is a longitudinal study of cigar smokers and the impact of cigar smoking on the men in terms of different diseases. According to the article, cigar smoking had declined during the 1970s but again in the early 90s the trend was reversed as more and more people started smoking cigars. The reason for this increase is because cigars are considered relatively safer than cigarettes, secondly because of media hype about cigar as something glamorous. (more…)

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