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=In D.A.R.E., I learned different ways to say, “No.” I also learned: facts about marijuana, alcohol, and tobacco and its effects, making the right choice using the decision-making model, pear pressure, friendship foundation and what medicine is.
I thought the D.A.R.E program was helpful, and I don’t think the people that learned about marijuana, alcohol, and tobacco will think twice before they start drinking or smoking.
I will never drink alcohol after I learned that alcohol can damage every organ in my body or too much alcohol can slow down your body and lead to coma and death. As for marijuana, there are also damages to you if you smoke. For example, marijuana can cause breathing problems, short-term memory loss, and you lose the ability to concentrate. Tobacco can also make breathing harder. Smoking can cause heart disease.
I think it is important to be drug-free and avoid violence because if you smoke or drink, you can die.
I now will promise to make wise decisions about alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.
Article posted March 26, 2009 at 08:50 AM •
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I think maybe the most important thing to remember are all those ways to say "no." Good for you!
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