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  1. bee pollen
  2. somatotype
  3. catecholamine
  4. individual counseling
  5. "quick drunk"
  1. a body type of a person; particularly influenced by genetics.
  2. b a combination of plant pollen with nectar and bee saliva that is used to increase endurance; can cause severe allergic reactions.
  3. c a class of neurotransmitters that are particularly affected by psychoactive drugs especially by stimulants, e.g., epinephrine, norepinephrine, and dopamine.
  4. d a description for the instant effects of volatile solvents.
  5. e one-on-one interaction between a therapist, counselor, or other treatment specialist and a client with emotional or mental problems to help him or her understand and cope with the illness.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a ball of chewed drug (coca leaf, tobacco) that is kept in the mouth to allow the active ingredient to be absorbed by the capillaries in the mouth; also called a "chaw" or a "plug."
  2. the group of nerve fibers that connects the two cerebral hemispheres of the cerebrum.
  3. a serious progressive liver disease that scars the liver often caused by heavy chronic alcohol abuse.
  4. a type of white blood cell (lymphocyte) that helps fight infection. Low numbers of T-cells signal an impaired immune system, possibly caused by HIV infection.
  5. a drug that reduces appetite.

5 True/False questions

  1. urethritisanalysis of urine to test for drug use.

          

  2. OA (Overeaters Anonymous)a 12-step self-help group for compulsive overeaters.

          

  3. fen-phen (phen-fen)an acronym for the combination of dexfenfluramine and phentermine when prescribed for weight control.

          

  4. synaptic gap1. a nondrugged person emotionally experiencing a drug-like experience from being around or in contact with drug users. 2. getting high from skin absorption of a drug such as LSD. 3. actually inhaling enough drugs (marijuana, cocaine, heroin) to be affected by being in an environment where other people are smoking drugs.

          

  5. OTCan intermediate product of cocaine refinement that contains impurities, such as kerosene and sulfuric acid. This light-brown doughy substance can be smoked, often in countries that grow or refine the coca leaf.

          

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