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  1. over-the-counter drugs
  2. Papaver somniferum
  3. sobriety
  4. DAWN (Drug Abuse Warning Network)
  5. secondary prevention
  1. a drugs and medications that can be obtained without a prescription and are legally sold in supermarkets and drugstores. These legal OTC medications include nonprescription drugs, such as NSAIDs, analgesics, aspirin, and nasal sprays.
  2. b a federally funded data collection system that gathers information on drug fatalities, ER incidents, and use patterns from medical examiners and emergency rooms.
  3. c the botanical name for the opium poppy.
  4. d a term for abstinence from drugs or alcohol (being sober); the concept is used mostly in Alcoholics Anonymous and other 12-step groups.
  5. e a strategy to identify those who are beginning to experiment with drugs and prevent them from using more drugs or having problems with drugs.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a broad category of drugs and substances used to increase energy, endurance, and strength, e.g., steroids.
  2. see ARND.
  3. A period in English history (1710-1750) during which the availability of gin led to widespread public drunkenness and health problems.
  4. the most potent male hormone, formed mainly in the male testes; the major naturally occurring anabolic steroid.
  5. a prevention program similar to DARE that consists of a four-session curriculum for 5th and 6th graders; it also develops peer resistance skills.

5 True/False questions

  1. GADgeneralized anxiety disorder.


  2. recreational (social) drug usea level of drug use after experimentation in which people seek out the drug to experience certain effects but there is no established pattern of use and it has a relatively small impact on their lives; use is sporadic, infrequent, and unplanned.


  3. NCADDNational Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.


  4. crashthe comedown from a high (usually a stimulant high) in which energy is depleted by the drug and by staying awake for days. Depression and anhedonia are common.


  5. Alateenpart of the nerve cell that conducts the impulse away from the cell body to the terminals; they can be 40-50 cm long.