Go ask Alice When she is 10 feet tall!. Drugs (toxicology). Drugs and Abuse. Drug - a natural or synthetic substance that is used to produce physiological or psychological effects in humans or other animals Drug abuse is epidemic in proportions
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HALLUCINOGENS. Dr. Simran Kaur Simranjit.email@example.com. What?. Substances which induce alterations in perception, cognitive function and feeling, producing gross impairment of memory . Cause people to see images, hear sounds and feel sensations which appear real but do not exist. Where?.
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Mr. Prall . STIMULANTS. STIMULANTS . What are some of the stimulants we will discuss? Crystal Meth Nicotine Caffeine Cocaine Which drug above is the most powerful (addicting?) Nicotine!. NICOTINE. Every year nicotine kills more people than World War II and the Vietnam War combined!
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Chapter 7: Color Vision How do we perceive color?. Color Vision. Light Stimulus. EYE + BRAIN. VISION. Vision consists of the perception of: Color Size Shape Depth Distance Speed. Intensity. l D. l (nm). Features of Color Vision Trichromacy:
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Working with Diverse Clients. Chapter Eight. The Changing Face of America. One-third of Americans are ethnic minorities . Past immigrants were European; recent immigrants are from Latin America and Asia . Immigrants want to assert their cultural heritage .
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Redundancy Best Practice Phil Griffiths The Connect Team. Redundancy The impact on people and performance Two studies: 89 companies in the UK 500,000 employees in US companies. 89 UK companies surveyed in 2004:. 87% had made redundancies
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The Use of Epidemiologic Methods in Disasters. Eric K. Noji, M.D., M.P.H Office of the US Surgeon General US Public Health Service August, 2003. Noji Eric K., M. D., M. P. H. Office of the US Surgeon General US Public Health Service. Learning objectives:. Define disaster epidemiology
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Pediatric Elimination Disorders. NPN 200 Medical Surgical I. External Defects. Serious conditions because psychological effects Surgical correction is usually successful and is carried out as early as possible Major anomalies Inguinal hernia Hydrocele Phimosis Hypospadias Epispadias .
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Fad Diets. Whitney Cox. A fad diet is a trendy, somewhat popular diet plan that promotes rapid weight loss very quickly. Examples of fad diets include the Atkins diet and the South Beach diet. What is a fad diet?. Pros Quick weight loss Cons Fad diets are often unsafe and unhealthy
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HALLUCINOGENS. Ch. 23: Drug Use & Abuse. HALLUCINOGENS. DEFINITION/ DESCRIPTION/ ORIGIN. drugs that alter mood, thoughts, & sense perception. HALLUCINOGENS. NAMES OF SPECIFIC DRUGS IN CATEGORY. LSD (acid) PCP (angel dust) Ketamine. HALLUCINOGENS. PHYSICAL EFFECTS. loss of appetite
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ANABOLIC-ANDROGENIC STEROIDS. Ch. 23: Drug Use & Abuse. ANABOLIC-ANDROGENIC STEROIDS. DEFINITION/ DESCRIPTION/ ORIGIN. drugs similar to testosterone. ANABOLIC-ANDROGENIC STEROIDS. NAMES OF SPECIFIC DRUGS IN CATEGORY. n/a long-term risks for all users: physical injury from weak tendons
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