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Drugs & life by Harry Avis

Drugs & life

by Harry Avis

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Taking a nonjudgmental approach, this text provides the facts about drugs and their effects, letting students make their own decisions about drug use. There is coverage of social and historical contexts in order to help students understand the context in which drug-taking takes place. This edition integrates treatment for drug use into the chapters covering the different types of drugs, making it easier for students to relate the treatment to the use and properties of the drug. Also included is a study guide to help students prepare for exams and develop critical thinking.… (more)
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