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Cocaine's Physiological Effects

very oftentimes sadly mistaken. This study proved that the brain, after experiencing only one exposure to cocaine, is then "prime...

Cocaine Use by Teens, Causes and Effects

more quickly than that (Kuhn, Swartzwelder & Wilson, 2003). The most negative aspect of cocaine use is of course the possibility o...

Pregnant Women and Crack Cocaine

force between mother and fetus; if this ultimately occurs, it can cause "shock and death" (Petitti et al, 1990, p. 25) to both ind...

Cocaine and Fetal Development/Article Summaries

The following paper offers summaries of six research articles: 2 each from a ProQuest database; the EBSCOhost databases and the ER...

Examination of Cocaine and its Effects

In five pages this report examines cocaine in terms of its effect both on the individual as well as society. Seven sources are ci...

Overview of Designer Drugs

In twenty pages designer drugs such as cocaine, marijuana, roofies, and Ecstasy are discussed in terms of their content, origin, h...

Performance Enhancement Drugs and the 'Payoff' in Sudden Death

in the bodybuilding sphere without the use of enhancement drugs was virtually unheard of, and biochemical treatment was a fully in...

Effects of Cocaine

In an overview consisting of five pages cocaine is examined in terms of its physical, social, and psychological effects along with...

An Article on Neonates and Substance Exposure Critiqued

al, 2002). Of these children, 3.8 million live with a parent who suffers form alcoholism, 2.1 million live with a parent who abuse...

Pregnancy and the Effects of Using Cocaine

books to identify some pertinent areas and also identify some key terms. This will help give a broad context to the research as th...

Current Views on Drug Addiction

(Flores, 2005). Mechanism of Action A THC receptor in the brain receives the THC compound to create either or both "halluci...

Sodium's Physiological Effects

are not (Sodium Intake and High Blood Pressure, 2003). Guidelines indicate that Americans should not consume more that 2,400 mg o...

Cold Temperatures and the Physiological Effects of Sweating Profusely

This paper discusses the negative impacts of sweating profusely when temperatures are extremely cold in five pages. Six sources a...

Cocaine's Chemistry and its Impact

Erthroxylon coca. The active ingredient was first isolated by Westerners by a man named Albert Niemann in 1860. The drug soon beca...

Lance Armstrong and the notion 'Its Not About the Bike'

on Armstrongs body but the real heroics are attributable to the man and to the body itself! Armstrong was diagnosed with te...

Brain and the Long and Short Term Effects of Using Cocaine

be considered the harmless recreational drug it was once believed to be as effects from short term usage, long term usage, and wit...

Human Body and the Impact of Stress

shown to disrupt the metabolism, either speeding it up or slowing it down. There has been recognition of the speeding up of the me...

Social Role Played by Alcohol

period of time to over twenty years as seen in many of the cask matured whiskeys and ports. The production of alcoholic drinks has...

500 Yard Swim Physiology

In five pages swimming is discussed in a physiological overview that includes shoulder injury, cardiorespiratory and kinesiologica...

Examination of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

In nine pages Fetal Alcohol Syndrome is examined in terms of causes, manifestations, and physiological effects including endocrine...

High Speed Chases and Effects on Police

In four pages this paper discusses police officers react to high speed chases in an examination of psychological and physiological...

Physiological Pros and Cons of High Altitude Athletic Training

In fifteen pages this paper examines the benefits and detriments to athletes who train in high altitudes in a pro and con discussi...

Lead Poisoning

of paint chips. The primary method of exposure is when the child lives in an older homes that have been contaminated by lead paint...

The Physiological, Psychological, and Social Impacts of Methamphetamine

demand because it is cheap and easily available. It is cheap and easily available because it is so easy to manufacture. Methamph...

Racism & Adolescent Development

favor "cooperation, discussion, a focus tied to people, hands-on activities, and whole-to-part learning," while white students are...

Memory Development

of studies demonstrate the need for instruction in learning basic concepts during the early years. The investigations related to ...

Argument: Illegal Immigration Has a Negative Effect on the U.S. Economy

and its easy to blame immigrants for lack of work-though they take the jobs most Americans dont want. Still, there is a profound s...

Effects of Stress

stress, which causes fluctuating levels of neuro-endocrine responses (Taylor, Repetti and Seeman, 1997). To understand this concep...

Crystal Meth: Effects On Teens And Adults

use as of the early 1980s and continues to be one of the most commonly abused street drugs (Methamphetamine). Results from the 20...

A Discussion of the Greenhouse Effect and Ozone Depletion

A 6 page overview of the greenhouse effect and ozone depletion. Four sources are cited....