DRUGS AND THE WHOLE PERSON expresses the writers' beliefs that people use or abuse drugs and that these people are part of a larger whole; drugs cannot properly be the focus of such issues, but the individuals themselves must be. The authors feel that drug use is too frequently mistaken for drug abuse, and that this mislabeling is often the root of failures of programs designed to deal with the real problems. This book is an overview of drugs in the most general sense. Topic include the following: How drugs work on the human mind, herbal drugs, over-the-counter drugs, prescription drugs, unrecognized drugs, tobacco, alcohol, illicit drugs, drugs and the law, primary prevention of drug abuse, drug education, treatment and rehabilitation, and responsibilities of the recreational drug use. An epilogue exams drug myths.
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