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Drugs may be considered dangerous when their use results in negative consequences for the physical well-being,
mental, social or economic status of the user.

1. Drug abuse

2. -not all drugs are equally dangerous

-many drugs become dangerous when mixed

-short term drug abuse can cause confusion, anxiety, and mental disorders

-long term drug abuse may cause personality disorders, learning problems, and memory loss

-the drug does not cause any physical dependence

-over time, a person needs to take more of the drug to feel the same effects

3. The writer thinks that drug abuse will cause many different problems for the abuser.

4. The writer does not directly state his/her opinion.

6. The columnist is very educated about the effects of drug abuse.

7. People wanting to learn about the effects of drug abuse

8. yes, they state many facts

9. "Drug Abuse" Teenage Abuse. 2012

 

2. This writer includes many facts about how drugs can affect you. He/she includes the physical, mental, long term, and short term effects of drugs. They also explain how an abuser may have to take more of a drug over time to feel the same effects as they did when they first starting taking the drug. The writer also states the many safety hazards that come with drug abuse. The article also says that when drugs are mixed (heroine and cocains for example) increases their effects. The writer says that drugs may be considered dangerous when their use results in negative consequences for the user's physical well-being, mental, social or economic status of the abuser. Even when consumed on doctor's instructions, some drugs can have side effects. By stating facts, the writer sounds more educated on the facts of drug abuse. They don't give very much opinion, mostly facts.