Drugs Offenses in Canada
Drug abuse is considered to be a common and serious problem among Canadians both young and old. Drug abuse is characterized by taking more than the recommended dose of prescription drugs without medical supervision, or using government controlled substances such as marijuana, cocaine or other illegal substances. Legal substances, such as alcohol and nicotine are also abused by many people. Abuse of drugs and other substances can lead to physical and psychological dependence. Drugs can be very addictive and it could lead to dependency, loss of control, anxiety, loss of appetite, disturbed sleep, damage to kidneys or other organs, heart attacks, and other symptoms. Drugs can also lead to crime in order to support an addiction.
A drug is a substance that affects the function of living cells, used in medicine to diagnose, cure, prevent the occurrence of diseases and disorders, and prolong the life of patients with incurable conditions. Drugs can be classified in many ways by the way they are dispensed over the counter or by prescription of the substance from which they are derived plant, mineral, or animal. Drugs are also classified by their names. …
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