The rapid change of the society has placed parents in a very difficult situation. Primarily, most of the kids have tried to place themselves at the level of the adults, arguing that they too have a right to do whatever the adults do. Out of ignorance, they don’t know the risks they face doing some of the things the adults do. Most of the teenagers have engaged themselves to underage drinking underestimating the various risks they face later on in life. This is a concern to many parents who try to talk to their children but they only find their children rebellious if such a topic is brought forth.
Essays on Drugs
Why I Want to Join Pharmacy School Personal Statement
I have for a long time been interested in drugs and their interactions. As a child, I remember my younger brother being allergic to crustaceans. This meant that I would always go to the drugstore to purchase anti-allergy drugs which would bring him relief. His allergy resulted in severe physical symptoms like: swollen face; difficult breathing due to reactions in his respiratory tract; and rashes all over his body. It always amazed me and my brother how the medicine seemed to work like magic and this aroused my curiosity about how it worked. This inspired me to take Biology at the University.
Lean on Me Movie Review
Lean on Me is a movie which was produced in 1989 and written by Michael Schiffer. It is about a high school principal whose school was at a risk of being taken over by the government since the students were not performing well in their tests.
Thesis on America Failed Drug Policy
Since the turn of the 20th century, US governments have tried to control the use of drugs through the application of different policies that have mainly focused on the economic aspects of distribution at the expense of other policies. The federal, state and local governments have spent billions of dollars in their effort to ensure that America is free from drugs. However, these efforts seems to have come to naught since it is cheaper and easier than ever before to obtain drugs like heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine and other illegal drugs. The war on drugs has failed since it has only resulted in putting millions of people behind bars at a very high cost. The government spends almost $ 45 billion dollars annually to fight the supply illicit drugs (Caldwell, 2009).