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Distance Learning – Day 11: Tobacco and other drugs

Distance Learning – Day 11: Tobacco and other drugs

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Overdose victims are treated on the scene and released. Hospitalization is never required.

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Opioid addiction has been dropping dramatically over the past 10 years.

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Synergy is the chemical reaction that occurs when food and alcohol are mixed.

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Taking any drug against the recommended medical directions or without a doctor’s supervision is dangerous.

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Drugged drivers do not tend to have any more risky behaviors than a sober driver.

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Impairment from illegal drugs can carry additional criminal charges above a standard DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) charge.

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If a prescription states “Do not operate heavy machinery...” this means the individual may not operate farm equipment only.

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The effects of drugs may vary among users but NO drug is without side effects.

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A drugged driver always has the capability to be aware of the vehicles around them or ahead of the driving environment.

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Any drug can affect the driving task whether legal or illegal.

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