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"Drugs Have Effected Our Youth" Essay

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"Drugs have effected our youth"Drugs are a kind of treatment which used some times in pills , powder or syrup . this drugs are like any thing around us , if we use it in the right way we will see the shine side of it , but if we used it in the wrong way we will see the dark side of it . but when we use a particular kind of drugs with no limit or prescription of doctor in that time we called drugs addicted . And it may be easy & fun with the first try of drugs but you will be omit into the hell of never ended travail , because in every time your body will ask for more ...view middle of the document...

..etc. all this and more could cause an drugs addicted , & drugs are so harmful on our bodies & it get us into a real fatal diseases such as : {lung cancer (comes from smoking drugs cigarettes) , blood cancer (comes from taking drugs by injections ) , HIV -AIDS (comes from many ways like : it's transmitted by the usage of infected needles or unsafe sexual relationships )...etc. } .Drugs are the tragedy of this century , so we must face it and try to cross this tragedy to see the sun of our life shining again , then we have to make people aware of this fatal tragedy by showing them the results of the drugs on the human being , from the different media's around us we must spread this information to reach all the people , & the government must spare drugs treatment centers for the society which have to encourage this drugs addicted to share their problem to get the good treatment , but this treatment could not help without the strong well of the addicted .God inspire us , and give us the body which have the right to be healthy & well , so we must do so , & as much as we can we must care about this body , we must not harm it with this drugs , this drugs could destroy your life , family , health , and every thing you have ... so be away from it & co-operate to spread the right information about the bad effects of the drugs on the person & society .

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