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    In “The Ascent” Ron Rash introduces us to a child who is brought up by cocaine addicts name Jared. Jared ventures out into the Great Smokey Mountains National Park to escape his sad home life and on his little adventure Jared finds the lost plane authorities had been looking for, for months. Upon leaving Jared takes the ring from the woman on the plan and returns home where he finds that his parents have already run out of drugs. His father takes the ring Jared had found and then sales the ring for

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    Just Say No! A Profile Of Cocaine and It's Effects On Two Lives Greek mythology tells of a young god, Morpheus, god of dreams. Morpheus planted a special purple flower called the lotus. Soon the people of the land smelled the sweet flowers and ate them. They immediately feel into a deep and troubled sleep. From that day on, they awoke only long enough to gather the lotus flowers and sleep again. Eventually they lost their strength and willpower and wanted only to drift in and out of sleep

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    How Cocaine and Crack is Effecting Lives

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    How Cocaine is Effecting Lives How is cocaine and crack effecting people today? The use of the drug can be prevented in many ways, for example the help and support from family members, considering the consequences that can come from the drug, and by attending rehab if needed. If everyone could do this the world could possibly be drug free. That means less crime, more lives saved, and less stress. This all sounds good. As a nation people should try their hardest to stop the use of this drug and all

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    known and commonly abused drugs is cocaine. Cocaine

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    about their first injected drug. The researchers attempted to find the relationship between certain characteristics, the risk behaviors at initiation, and future drug-using trajectories. The drugs that were found to be the most common were ketamine, cocaine, methamphetamine, and heroin. The study had 222 subjects whose age ranged from 16 to 29. The participants were chosen from public places in New York, New Orleans, and Los Angeles. Each participant had injected ketamine at least once in the two previous

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    Psychostimulant research is quite pertinent considering that the number of new cocaine uses has more than doubled in the last decade. Dr. Paul Czoty’s lab looks at monkey models in order to better understand the neurological mechanisms underlying cocaine abuse. In the seminar, Dr. Czoty outlined the advantages to animal models and discussed the biological and environmental factors that were shown to affect cocaine sensitivity in macaques. The brain has two main dopamine systems, the Nigrostriatal

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    The Players in the Cocaine Game: An investigative look at the dealers, suppliers, and enforcers From the third world of many South American countries, to the third street projects in the inner-city, to the third floor of a downtown luxury loft, cocaine is prevalent and being used. The business of the coca leaf is a billion dollar a year industry, if not more. Our foreign counterparts are profiting in full off of the drug. Mexico, Peru, and Colombia are some of the countries in Central and South

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    1989) The book that I found interesting to read and write about for this class was The Cocaine Kids; The Inside Story of a Teenage Drug Ring, by Terry Williams, published in the year 1989. Deciding what book to read for this class was rather difficult for me, I had purchased and started reading two other books before noticing they weren’t that compelling and fascinating. Then I finally came across The Cocaine Kids. What I found most intriguing after reading just the introduction was that Williams

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    The documentary Cocaine Cowboys by Billy Cohen sheds light on how the cocaine industry took its hold on Miami Florida. The cocaine cowboys are the people who opened up a new frontier for selling and transporting drugs. This documentary does a great job showing the viewer who may not have a lot of knowledge on the drug war why it is so important. The film starts off by describing why the drug trade was so desirable to the people of Miami. The film introduces the audience to three people who helped

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    Cocaine Early on in his career, Eric Clapton seemed to have a difficult time sticking to one band. He played with the Yardbirds, John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, Blind Faith, Delaney & Bonnie & Friends, and Cream. But throughout all the time he spent with each of those bands, no solo work was ever thought of until 1970. It was in 1970 that Clapton launched his solo career with his self-titled debut album. His first album had only one real hit, so to speak, with “After Midnight,” but is still regarded

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