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National Institute on Drug Abuse, Research Report Series—Marijuana Abuse, October 2001 Slide 6: In one study, researchers compared marijuana smoking and nonsmoking 12th-graders' scores on standardized tests of verbal and mathematical skills. Although all of the students had scored equally well in 4th grade, those who were heavy marijuana smokers, i.e., those who used marijuana seven or more times per week, scored significantly lower in 12th grade than nonsmokers. National Institute on Drug Abuse, Research Report Series—Marijuana Abuse, October 2001. Slide 7: Crystal Meth Slide 8: Strawberry Meth was created to make crystal meth to look like candy to distribute to kids. Don’t be Fooled !!! Strawberry Meth Slide 9: If you want to use meth, then be prepared to look like this Slide 10: Victims of Crystal Meth Cocaine : Cocaine Cocaine has a few different names: crack, coke or snow. A side effect of taking cocaine is hallucinations. You can also see an unhealthy loss of weight when you take cocaine. http://www.cnb.gov.sg/KidPower/index.asp?page=NTgx Nicotine : Nicotine Most teens are regular smokers before they reach their 18th birthday. 4,000 children, between the age of 12 and 17 smoke their first cigarette. 1,300 of them will become regular smokers. http://www.lungusa.org/site/c.dvLUK9O0E/b.39871/ Alcohol Poisoning : Alcohol Poisoning Alcohol poisoning is a big problem in schools around the country. Do not ever let anyone pour your drinks. Alcohol poisoning can result in DEATH DON’T SUFFER!!! http://alcoholprev.colostate.edu/alinfo.shtml Slide 14: If you drink too much alcohol at once, you could get alcohol poisoning. Alcohol poisoning can make you very sick and you have to get your stomach pumped…or worse….you could die! Slide 15: Teenhealthandwellness.com An average of three teens are killed each day when they make the choice to drive after drinking. This means that hundreds of young lives are cut short every year by drunk driving. Slide 16: Do you want to be responsible for doing this to someone? Heroine : Heroine Heroine is the most addictive drug that will most likely kill you. Heroine addiction can change the system that controls your emotions. http://www.alfanet.ro/youth/?pag=dependence Survival Rate of Lung Cancer : Survival Rate of Lung Cancer Lung cancer remains the most common cancer-related cause of death More than one in four of all diagnosed cancers involve the lung Lung cancer deaths out numbers deaths from breast, prostate and colon cancers combined. Heroin : This drug is injected, inhaled or smoked Comes from a flower that grows in Asia, Mexico, and South America, which is called opium poppy Pure heroin is a white powder which tastes really bad. Heroin Teens and Drugs : Teens and Drugs The percentage of high school seniors reporting they could obtain drugs fairly easily in and out of school. Source: University of Michigan, The Monitoring the Future Slide 21: Bureau of Justice Statistics, Drugs, Crime, and the Justice System, 1992 Substance-abusing youth are at higher risk than nonusers for mental health problems, including depression, conduct problems, personality disorders, suicidal thoughts, attempted suicide, and suicide. Slide 22: Say YES to SADD PEOPLE WHO DIED OF A DRUG OVERDOSE : PEOPLE WHO DIED OF A DRUG OVERDOSE Anna Nicole Smith hRiver Phoenix hJanis Joplin, singer/songwriter of the ‘60’s, died from a heroin overdose. hKurt Cobain of Nirvana died from a lethal dose of heroin hShannon Hoon, former lead singer of Blind Melon hHeath Ledger, 2008 Slide 24: Steroid abuse has been associated with cardiovascular diseases (CVD), including heart attacks and strokes, even in athletes younger than 30. National Institute on Drug Abuse, Research Report: Anabolic Steroid Abuse, April 2000 Barry Bonds A - Rod Slide 25: Before Drugs Mug shot: After Drugs Lindsay just can’t get it together… even after several tries in rehab Before and After : Before and After Amy Winehouse She took skinny to the extreme! Michael Phelps : Michael Phelps Banned from competition for 3 months Lost millions of dollars in endorsements Lost Respect Slide 28: Before After Whitney Houston Imagine eating lunch with these teeth : Imagine eating lunch with these teeth Drugs, alcohol, and misery! : Drugs, alcohol, and misery! Slide 31: drugs are illegal which means, if you are caught, you could get arrested Slide 33: Come join the SADD Club and be a leader in making positive decisions! SADD Club meetings are Wednesdays after school in Room 213. Snacks are provided! For more information, please see Ms. Mattes in Room 213 or Ms. Orlando in Room 200. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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