(drugs: The Straight Facts)

Opium (Drugs: The Straight Facts) (repost)  

Posted by libr at Dec. 21, 2015
Opium (Drugs: The Straight Facts) (repost)

Thomas M. Santella, David J. Triggle, "Opium (Drugs: The Straight Facts)"
English | 2007 | ISBN: 0791085473 | 119 pages | PDF | 7,2 MB

LSD (Drugs: The Straight Facts) (Repost)  

Posted by happy4all at Sept. 1, 2015
LSD (Drugs: The Straight Facts) (Repost)

LSD (Drugs: The Straight Facts) By M. Foster Olive
2008 | 104 Pages | ISBN: 0791097099 | PDF | 2 MB

Cocaine (Drugs: the Straight Facts) by Heather Lehr Wagner  

Posted by tanas.olesya at March 17, 2015
Cocaine (Drugs: the Straight Facts) by Heather Lehr Wagner

Cocaine (Drugs: the Straight Facts) by Heather Lehr Wagner
English | Apr 2003 | ISBN: 0791072606 | 101 Pages | PDF | 11 MB

Drugs are everywhere–on our streets, in our homes, and in our schools–but straight facts about drugs are not. Drugs: The Straight Facts fills this void with candid discussions that emphasize a historical and scientific approach to learning about drugs, their use, and their effect on the user's health.
Birth Control Pills (Drugs: the Straight Facts) by M.D. Shader Laurel

Birth Control Pills (Drugs: the Straight Facts) by M.D. Shader Laurel
English | Sep 2006 | ISBN: 0791085538 | 96 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

Drugs are everywhere–on our streets, in our homes, and in our schools–but the straight facts about drugs are not.

Ecstasy (Drugs: The Straight Facts) by Brook Schroeder  

Posted by tanas.olesya at March 13, 2015
Ecstasy (Drugs: The Straight Facts) by Brook Schroeder

Ecstasy (Drugs: The Straight Facts) by Brook Schroeder
English | Jan 1, 2004 | ISBN: 0791076334 | 97 Pages | PDF | 6 MB

Read about the chemical nature of ecstasy and why it is becoming the drug of choice for young adults. Drugs are everywhere–on our streets, in our homes, and in our schools–but straight facts about drugs are not.

Alcohol (Drugs: the Straight Facts) by Heather Lehr Wagner  

Posted by tanas.olesya at Feb. 15, 2015
Alcohol (Drugs: the Straight Facts) by Heather Lehr Wagner

Alcohol (Drugs: the Straight Facts) by Heather Lehr Wagner
English | Feb 2003 | ISBN: 0791072592 | 104 Pages | PDF | 14 MB

Drugs are everywhere–on our streets, in our homes, and in our schools–but straight facts about drugs are not. Drugs: The Straight Facts fills this void with candid discussions that emphasize a historical and…
Body Enhancement Products (Drugs: the Straight Facts) by David J. Triggle

Body Enhancement Products (Drugs: the Straight Facts) by David J. Triggle
English | October 2004 | ISBN: 0791081974 | 120 pages | PDF | 10,6 MB

Drugs: The Straight Facts - Designer Drugs  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Bayron at May 15, 2014
Drugs: The Straight Facts - Designer Drugs

Drugs: The Straight Facts - Designer Drugs by M. Foster Olive
English | 2004 | ISBN: 0791076385 | 112 pages | PDF | 6,5 MB

Opium (Drugs: The Straight Facts) (repost)  

Posted by interes at Oct. 14, 2013
Opium (Drugs: The Straight Facts) (repost)

Thomas M. Santella, David J. Triggle, "Opium (Drugs: The Straight Facts)"
English | 2007 | ISBN: 0791085473 | 119 pages | PDF | 7,2 MB

Over the course of human history there have been countless powerful natural and artificial drugs, but none parallel opium in its mythical status, range of uses, and longevity of interest. Indeed, no other drug has had an economic, political, and social influence comparable to opium and its derivatives.
Prescription Pain Relievers (Drugs: the Straight Facts) {Repost}

Prescription Pain Relievers (Drugs: the Straight Facts) {Repost}
Chelsea House Publications | ISBN: 0791081990 | edition 2004 | PDF | 113 pages | 10,4 MB

We have all felt it, and we probably agree that of all the sensations we are capable of experiencing, pain is our least favorite. Sometimes it’s a shooting pain, like when we step barefoot on a nail or accidentally bite our tongue. Sometimes it comes on very slowly and lingers for hours or days, like a bad sunburn. Or it might hurt only when we move a part of our body, like after we pull a hamstring or sprain an ankle. Still other times, such as during a migraine, the pain comes and goes, with days, weeks, or months between episodes; when it does come, it leaves us almost incapable of functioning. Other than pain, few sensations have generated so many words in the English language to describe them. Pain can be dull, nagging, sharp, burning, aching, searing, gnawing, scalding, stinging, crushing, pulsing, throbbing, pounding, shooting, pricking, stabbing, cramping, wrenching, splitting, unbearable, excruciating, agonizing, blinding, grueling—pick your favorite.