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B1 3.3 Drugs, B1 3.4 Legal & Illegal Drugs, B1 3.5 Cannabis and B1 3.6 Drugs in Sport

B1 3.3 Drugs, B1 3.4 Legal & Illegal Drugs, B1 3.5 Cannabis and B1 3.6 Drugs in Sport

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Author: Gemma Boyson
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  • What is a drug?
  • What is addiction?
  • Why are drugs such as cannabis, cocaine & heroin such a problem?
  • How do drugs like caffeine and heroin affect your nervous system?
  • Which has the bigger overall impact on health - legal or illegal drugs?
  • How do people move from using recreational drugs to hard drugs?
  • Is cannabis harmful?
  • Can drugs make you better at sport?
  • Is it ethical to use drugs to win?
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Drugs in recreation & sport

The use of drugs for recreation and performance enhancing drugs.

Performance Enhancing Drugs

You've heard about them, but do you how they work? Or why they suck? Hank explains the science behind performance enhancers, including steroids, blood doping, and that stuff supposedly made out of deer antlers. You'll never look at cheating the same way again!

Source: Sci-Show

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Hank explains the science behind the effects of that wackiest of weeds, cannabis sativa - aka marijuana

Source: Sci-Show