Drugs

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More and more countries and states legalize Cannabis sativa or Marijuana for its various medical purposes, however, it is important to note that marijuana is utilized mainly for pain caused by serious medical conditions and illnesses such as cancer, not for any certain healing properties it may have since this has not been proven yet, although there are indeed cases where cannabis may have helped in curing a specific disease. Marijuana, in consideration of its possible benefits, is called med

It was an unnatural snow in early April that got his attention, he looked out onto the front lawn and at the one pine tree. His life seemed to pass through his imagination today like a dream. He went to the bathroom and stared at the mirror. His face had gone gaunt and there were green circles under his eyes that were strained from the light. He wiped through his hair that was slightly greasy and took his fist and broke the mirror. He walked out of the bathroom with his hand cradled in his ot

Ethical Implication of Drug Testing Drug abuse is a grievous public health problem which is affecting people in every walk and sphere of life .Each year drug abuse causes serious health problem and injuries in about 40 million people only in United States (National Institute of health, n.p2008). Our workplaces have also been affected by the menace of drug abuse. It is for the benefit of both the worker and the employee that the work place is free from substance abuse. Drug testing in workplac

The above statement is clearly meant to be a pun of the name given to the group of countries called England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales; the United Kingdom. But is it true? Have we become this shamble of nations begrudgingly bearing a collective name? It is true that ‘Trainspotting’ does not focus upon what we would call the upper class, but this of course should not instantly imply that the working class are disorganised and useless rabble. On the contrary, the working class socie