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									         Drugs	
  &	
  Alcohol	
  
                 Informa(on	
  All	
  Students	
  	
  
                      Should	
  Know	
  




Made	
  By:	
  Students	
  in	
  New	
  York	
  City	
  for	
  Students	
  in	
  California	
  
     What	
  Will	
  We	
  Be	
  Talking	
  About?	
  
•    Alcohol	
  –	
  Emma	
  Vasta-­‐Kuby	
  
•    Marijuana	
  –	
  Max	
  Cohen	
  
•    Ecstasy	
  –	
  Ali	
  Weiss	
  
•    Steroids	
  –	
  Parker	
  Saling	
  




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Alcohol!!	
  
                   What	
  is	
  Alcohol?	
  
•  Ethyl	
  alcohol,	
  or	
  ethanol,	
  is	
  an	
  intoxica(ng	
  
   ingredient	
  found	
  in	
  beer,	
  wine,	
  and	
  liquor.	
  
•  	
  Alcohol	
  is	
  produced	
  by	
  the	
  fermenta(on	
  of	
  
   yeast,	
  sugars,	
  and	
  starches.	
  
          Affects	
  of	
  Alcohol	
  on	
  the	
  Body	
  

•  Alcohol	
  affects	
  every	
  organ	
  in	
  the	
  body.	
  
•  It	
  is	
  a	
  central	
  nervous	
  system	
  depressant	
  that	
  is	
  rapidly	
  
   absorbed	
  from	
  the	
  stomach	
  and	
  small	
  intes(ne	
  into	
  
   the	
  bloodstream.	
  
•  	
  Alcohol	
  is	
  metabolized	
  in	
  the	
  liver	
  by	
  enzymes.	
  
•  	
  But	
  the	
  liver	
  can	
  only	
  metabolize	
  a	
  small	
  amount	
  of	
  
   alcohol	
  at	
  a	
  (me.	
  
•  This	
  leaves	
  the	
  excess	
  alcohol	
  to	
  circulate	
  throughout	
  
   the	
  body.	
  
•  The	
  intensity	
  of	
  the	
  effect	
  of	
  alcohol	
  on	
  the	
  body	
  is	
  
   directly	
  related	
  to	
  the	
  amount	
  consumed.	
  
    Problems	
  Associated	
  with	
  Excessive	
  
                 Alcohol	
  Use	
  
•  Chronic	
  diseases:	
  
      –  liver	
  cirrhosis	
  (damage	
  to	
  liver	
  cells)	
  	
  
      –  pancrea((s	
  (inflamma(on	
  of	
  the	
  pancreas)	
  	
  
      –  various	
  cancers,	
  including	
  liver,	
  mouth,	
  throat,	
  larynx	
  (the	
  voice	
  box),	
  and	
  
         esophagus	
  
      –  high	
  blood	
  pressure	
  
      –  psychological	
  disorders	
  
•  Uninten(onal	
  injuries,	
  such	
  as	
  motor-­‐vehicle	
  traffic	
  crashes,	
  falls,	
  
   drowning,	
  burns	
  and	
  firearm	
  injuries.	
  
•  Violence,	
  such	
  as	
  child	
  maltreatment,	
  homicide	
  and	
  suicide.	
  
•  Harm	
  to	
  a	
  developing	
  fetus	
  if	
  a	
  woman	
  drinks	
  while	
  pregnant,	
  such	
  as	
  fetal	
  
   alcohol	
  spectrum	
  disorders.	
  
•  Coma	
  and	
  death	
  can	
  occur	
  if	
  alcohol	
  is	
  consumed	
  rapidly	
  and	
  in	
  large	
  
   amounts	
  because	
  of	
  depression	
  of	
  the	
  central	
  nervous	
  system.	
  
•  Alcohol	
  abuse	
  or	
  dependence.	
  
                            Alcoholism	
  
•  Alcoholism	
  /alcohol	
  dependence	
  is	
  a	
  
   diagnosable	
  disease	
  characterized	
  by	
  several	
  
   factors:	
  
   –  A	
  strong	
  craving	
  for	
  alcohol	
  	
  
   –  con(nued	
  use	
  despite	
  harm	
  or	
  personal	
  injury	
  
   –  	
  the	
  inability	
  to	
  limit	
  drinking	
  
   –  physical	
  illness	
  when	
  drinking	
  stops	
  
   –  and	
  the	
  need	
  to	
  increase	
  the	
  amount	
  drunk	
  to	
  feel	
  
      the	
  effects	
  
                       Binge	
  Drinking	
  
•  According	
  to	
  the	
  Na(onal	
  Ins(tute	
  on	
  Alcohol	
  
   Abuse	
  and	
  Alcoholism:	
  	
  
•  Binge	
  drinking—paGern	
  of	
  alcohol	
  
   consump(on	
  that	
  brings	
  the	
  blood	
  alcohol	
  
   concentra(on	
  (BAC)	
  level	
  to	
  0.08%	
  or	
  above.	
  
•  This	
  paGern	
  of	
  drinking	
  usually	
  corresponds	
  to	
  
   5	
  or	
  more	
  drinks	
  on	
  a	
  single	
  occasion	
  for	
  men	
  
   or	
  4	
  or	
  more	
  drinks	
  on	
  a	
  single	
  occasion	
  for	
  
   women,	
  generally	
  within	
  about	
  2	
  hours.	
  
     How	
  to	
  Tell	
  if	
  You	
  Have	
  a	
  Drinking	
  
                           Problem	
  
•  Drinking	
  is	
  a	
  problem	
  if:	
  
    –  it	
  causes	
  trouble	
  in	
  your	
  rela(onships,	
  in	
  school,	
  in	
  
       social	
  ac(vi(es,	
  or	
  in	
  how	
  you	
  think	
  and	
  feel.	
  

    **If	
  you	
  are	
  concerned	
  that	
  either	
  you	
  or	
  someone	
  
      you	
  love	
  might	
  have	
  a	
  drinking	
  problem—talk	
  to	
  
      the	
  school	
  counselor	
  or	
  an	
  adult	
  you	
  trust	
  to	
  get	
  
      them	
  help**	
  	
  
    Health	
  Affects	
  of	
  Different	
  Kinds	
  of	
  
                    Alcohol	
  
•  Is	
  beer	
  or	
  wine	
  safer	
  to	
  drink	
  than	
  liquor?	
  	
  
•  No!!	
  One	
  12-­‐ounce	
  beer	
  has	
  about	
  the	
  same	
  
   amount	
  of	
  alcohol	
  as	
  one	
  5-­‐ounce	
  glass	
  of	
  
   wine,	
  or	
  1.5-­‐ounce	
  shot	
  of	
  liquor.	
  	
  
•  It	
  is	
  the	
  amount	
  of	
  ethanol	
  consumed	
  that	
  
   affects	
  a	
  person	
  most	
  NOT	
  the	
  type	
  of	
  
   alcoholic	
  drink.	
  
                 Don’t	
  Drink	
  and	
  Drive!!!	
  
•  Alcohol	
  use	
  slows	
  reac(on	
  (me	
  and	
  impairs	
  judgment	
  and	
  
   coordina(on	
  
•  The	
  more	
  alcohol	
  consumed,	
  the	
  greater	
  the	
  impairment.	
  
•  The	
  legal	
  limit	
  for	
  drinking	
  is	
  the	
  alcohol	
  level	
  above	
  which	
  an	
  
   individual	
  is	
  subject	
  to	
  legal	
  penal(es	
  
•  Legal	
  limits	
  are	
  measured	
  using	
  either	
  a	
  blood	
  alcohol	
  test	
  or	
  a	
  
   breathalyzer.	
  
•  	
  All	
  states	
  in	
  the	
  United	
  States	
  have	
  adopted	
  0.08%	
  as	
  the	
  legal	
  limit	
  
   for	
  opera(ng	
  a	
  motor	
  vehicle	
  for	
  drivers	
  aged	
  21	
  years	
  or	
  older.	
  
•  HOWEVER	
  drivers	
  under	
  age	
  21	
  years	
  are	
  not	
  allowed	
  to	
  operate	
  a	
  
   motor	
  vehicle	
  with	
  any	
  level	
  of	
  alcohol	
  in	
  their	
  system.	
  
•  Note:	
  Legal	
  limits	
  do	
  not	
  define	
  a	
  level	
  below	
  which	
  it	
  is	
  safe	
  to	
  
   operate	
  a	
  vehicle	
  or	
  engage	
  in	
  some	
  other	
  ac(vity.	
  Impairment	
  due	
  
   to	
  alcohol	
  use	
  begins	
  to	
  occur	
  at	
  levels	
  well	
  below	
  the	
  legal	
  limit.	
  
LEGAL	
  DRINKING	
  AGE	
  




      21	
  
               Alcohol	
  Use	
  by	
  Youth	
  
•  Studies	
  have	
  shown	
  -­‐	
  alcohol	
  use	
  by	
  youth	
  
   increases	
  the	
  risk	
  of	
  fatal	
  and	
  nonfatal	
  injuries.	
  
•  Research	
  has	
  also	
  shown	
  that	
  youth	
  who	
  use	
  
   alcohol	
  before	
  age	
  15	
  are	
  five	
  (mes	
  more	
  
   likely	
  to	
  become	
  alcohol	
  dependent	
  than	
  
   adults	
  who	
  begin	
  drinking	
  at	
  age	
  21.	
  
•  Other	
  consequences	
  of	
  youth	
  alcohol	
  use	
  
   include	
  poor	
  school	
  performance	
  and	
  
   increased	
  risk	
  of	
  suicide	
  and	
  homicide.	
  
             Drinking	
  in	
  Modera(on	
  
•  No	
  one	
  defini(on	
  of	
  moderate	
  drinking	
  
•  Usually	
  describes	
  a	
  lower	
  risk	
  paGern	
  of	
  
   drinking.	
  	
  
•  According	
  to	
  the	
  Dietary	
  Guidelines	
  for	
  
   Americans—having	
  no	
  more	
  than	
  1	
  drink	
  per	
  
   day	
  for	
  women	
  and	
  no	
  more	
  than	
  2	
  drinks	
  per	
  
   day	
  for	
  men.	
  	
  
          Possible	
  Health	
  Benefits	
  
•  Protec(on	
  against	
  coronary	
  heart	
  disease	
  
•  Evidence	
  of	
  cardiovascular	
  benefits	
  from	
  
   drinking	
  1	
  -­‐	
  2	
  drinks	
  per	
  day	
  	
  
 Shocking	
  Sta(s(cs	
  (youth	
  and	
  alcohol)	
  
•  About	
  6.6	
  million	
  children	
  under	
  18	
  live	
  in	
  households	
  with	
  at	
  least	
  
   one	
  alcoholic	
  parent.	
  
•  Young	
  people	
  who	
  begin	
  drinking	
  before	
  age	
  15	
  are	
  four	
  (mes	
  more	
  
   likely	
  to	
  develop	
  alcoholism	
  than	
  those	
  who	
  begin	
  drinking	
  at	
  21.	
  
•  More	
  than	
  1,700	
  college	
  students	
  in	
  the	
  U.S.	
  are	
  killed	
  each	
  year—
   about	
  4.65	
  a	
  day—as	
  a	
  result	
  of	
  alcohol-­‐related	
  injuries.	
  
•  In	
  2000,	
  almost	
  7	
  million	
  persons	
  age	
  12	
  to	
  20	
  was	
  a	
  binge	
  drinker;	
  
   that	
  is	
  about	
  one	
  in	
  five	
  persons	
  under	
  the	
  legal	
  drinking	
  age	
  was	
  a	
  
   binge	
  drinker.	
  
•  Every	
  day	
  an	
  average	
  of	
  11,318	
  teens	
  try	
  alcohol	
  for	
  the	
  first	
  (me.	
  
•  56%	
  of	
  students	
  in	
  grade	
  5	
  to	
  12	
  say	
  that	
  alcohol	
  adver(sing	
  
   encourages	
  them	
  to	
  drink.	
  
                     More	
  Sta(s(cs!!	
  
•In	
  the	
  United	
  States,	
  about	
  50,000	
  cases	
  of	
  alcohol	
  
  poisoning	
  are	
  reported	
  each	
  year,	
  and	
  
  approximately	
  once	
  every	
  week,	
  someone	
  dies	
  
  from	
  this.	
  
•Alcohol	
  is	
  involved	
  in	
  50%	
  of	
  all	
  driving	
  fatali(es.	
  
•Alcohol	
  is	
  the	
  number	
  1	
  drug	
  problem	
  in	
  America.	
  
•Four	
  in	
  ten	
  criminal	
  offenders	
  report	
  alcohol	
  as	
  a	
  
  factor	
  in	
  violence.	
  
•Among	
  spouse	
  violence	
  vic(ms,	
  three	
  out	
  of	
  four	
  
  incidents	
  were	
  reported	
  to	
  have	
  involved	
  alcohol	
  
  use	
  by	
  the	
  offender.	
  
Marijuana	
  
                                     History	
  
•    2737 B.C. Early writings in China note prescribing marijuana to treat every thing from
     gout to absentmindedness.
•    1600s American Colonies mandated the growth of Cannabis Sativa for the hemp
     which was needed for rope and fabric among other things. "
•    1765 George Washington thought to use cannabis for hemp product, medicinal, as
     well as recreational use.
•    As late as 1850 Cannabis Sativa grown for hemp products as well as for medicinal
     purposes. "
•    1915-1927 Cannabis begins to be prohibited for non-medical use in the U.S.   "
     Marijuana	
  is	
  a	
  Cannabinoid	
  
•  Cannabinoids are characterized by the
   chemical compound Tetrahydrocannabinol
   (THC) and include hashish, hashish oil,
   and marijuana. "
•  It is the feminized Cannabis plantʼs leaves
   and buds."
                                     THC	
  
•  THC	
  is	
  absorbed	
  through	
  either	
  lungs	
  or	
  diges(ve	
  
   tract,	
  and	
  is	
  then	
  transported	
  to	
  the	
  brain	
  and	
  
   aGaches	
  to	
  Cannabinoid	
  receptors	
  
•  Takes	
  about	
  14	
  seconds	
  to	
  reach	
  the	
  brain	
  
•  THC	
  is	
  the	
  part	
  that	
  makes	
  someone	
  “high”	
  
                           Addic(on	
  
•  Cannot	
  be	
  physically	
  addicted	
  
•  Mental	
  addic(on	
  or	
  withdrawal	
  
•  Can	
  interfere	
  with	
  sleep	
  
•  Frequent	
  smokers	
  also	
  have	
  increased	
  chance	
  of	
  
   mental	
  illness	
  
•  Some	
  users	
  can	
  feel	
  like	
  they	
  need	
  it	
  
                        Physical	
  Effects	
  
•    Increased	
  heart	
  rate	
  
•    Bloodshot	
  eyes	
  
•    Hunger	
  
•    Enhanced	
  senses	
  
•    Time	
  distor(on	
  	
  
•    Relaxa(on	
  
•    Mild	
  Euphoria	
  
•    Outward	
  happiness	
  
                                  Slang	
  
•  Many	
  names	
  used	
  for	
  Marijuana	
  including:	
  
   –  Mary	
  Jane,	
  Weed,	
  Ganja,	
  Pot,	
  Bud,	
  Dope,	
  etc.	
  
                             Types	
  
•  Kush,	
  Haze,	
  Diesel,	
  Many	
  hybrids	
  
                                Uses	
  
•  Medicinal	
  use	
  
•  Recrea(onal	
  use	
  	
  
                      Legal	
  or	
  Illegal?	
  
•  Many	
  states	
  have	
  decriminalized	
  Marijuana	
  for	
  
   medicinal	
  use	
  
•  Alaska,	
  California,	
  Colorado,	
  New	
  Jersey,	
  Maine,	
  
   Michigan,	
  Montana,	
  New	
  Mexico,	
  Rhode	
  Island,	
  
   Oregon,	
  Vermont,	
  Washington,	
  Hawaii,	
  Nevada	
  
Ways	
  to	
  Consume	
  
                                     Influences	
  
•  Many	
  musicians	
  and	
  public	
  figures	
  have	
  and	
  s(ll	
  do	
  frequently	
  
   use	
  Marijuana,	
  which	
  contributes	
  to	
  many	
  new	
  smokers.	
  
                       Sta(s(cs	
  
•  Es(mated	
  16	
  million	
  Americans	
  frequently	
  
   consume	
  Marijuana	
  
•  35-­‐50	
  million	
  have	
  tried	
  it	
  
•  Most	
  widely	
  used	
  drug	
  in	
  America	
  
•  $200	
  billion	
  annual	
  industry	
  
              PEER	
  PRESSURE	
  
•  Students over estimate peer use rates. Most
   students believe that their peers are smoking
   around once a week when in actuality around
   one third of students use marijuana. "
•  Parents on the other hand underestimate use
   rates. Around 14% of parents believe that their
   children have tried marijuana, 38% of their
   children admit to experimenting with marijuana.
•    Methylenedioxymethamphetamine	
  
•    SDmulant:	
  entactogen	
  
•    Class	
  A	
  drug	
  (serious	
  penalty	
  if	
  caught	
  with	
  it)	
  
•    Widely	
  known	
  as	
  “E”,	
  “X”,	
  or	
  “XTC”	
  
•    Pure=	
  Molly,	
  Mandy,	
  Mindy	
  
                  What	
  is	
  it	
  made	
  of?	
  




•  Safrole-­‐	
  black	
  oil	
  extracted	
  from	
  sassafras	
  plants	
  
•  Releasing	
  agent	
  of	
  serotonin,	
  norepinephrine,	
  and	
  
   dopamine	
  
•  Effects	
  caused	
  by	
  indirect	
  oxytocin	
  secre(on	
  
•  First	
  discovered	
  in	
  1912	
  by	
  German	
  chemist	
  Anton	
  Kollisch	
  –	
  
   cure	
  for	
  abnormal	
  bleeding.	
  
•  1927:	
  Found	
  to	
  be	
  muscle	
  relaxant	
  and	
  blood	
  sugar	
  regulator.	
  
•  Mid	
  1970’s:	
  Student	
  gives	
  to	
  Alexander	
  Shulgin,	
  
   pharmacologist	
  at	
  UC	
  first	
  report	
  published,	
  described	
  as	
  
   his	
  “low	
  calorie	
  mar(ni”	
  and	
  passed	
  to	
  friends	
  and	
  colleagues	
  
   awer	
  being	
  discovered	
  as	
  a	
  way	
  to	
  enhance	
  therapy	
  sessions.	
  
•  Now:	
  S(ll	
  prescribed	
  illegally	
  by	
  some	
  doctors	
  and	
  therapists	
  
   to	
  improve	
  communica(on	
  with	
  pa(ents	
  and	
  improve	
  their	
  
   quality	
  of	
  life	
  (i.e.,	
  terminal	
  cancer	
  pa(ents).	
  
                   What	
  does	
  it	
  do?	
  
•  Goes	
  into	
  peak	
  effect	
  between	
  1.5	
  and	
  3	
  
   hours	
  awer	
  inges(on,	
  though	
  effects	
  start	
  
   awer	
  half	
  an	
  hour	
  	
  lasts	
  approximately	
  8	
  
   hours	
  with	
  fa(gue-­‐inducing	
  comedown	
  at	
  
   end.	
  
          What	
  happens	
  aEerward?	
  
•  Studies	
  indicate	
  that	
  repeated	
  recrea(onal	
  
   users	
  of	
  E	
  have	
  a	
  severe	
  risk	
  of	
  clinical	
  
   depression,	
  even	
  awer	
  quixng	
  the	
  drug.	
  
•  Psychological	
  and	
  physiological	
  effects,	
  
   including	
  mania,	
  amnesia,	
  demen(a,	
  and	
  
   perpetual	
  disorienta(on.	
  
OVERDOSE!
                          Remember:	
  	
  
•  Ecstasy	
  is	
  rarely	
  pure.	
  
•  Pills	
  owen	
  contain:	
  
    –  Methamphetamine	
  
    –  Ephedrine	
  (an	
  appe(te	
  suppressant)	
  
    –  Ibuprofen	
  (Advil)	
  
    –  Baby	
  powder	
  
Steroids	
  
                   What	
  is	
  a	
  Steroid	
  	
  
•  Any	
  large	
  group	
  of	
  fat-­‐soluble	
  organic	
  
   compounds,	
  as	
  the	
  sterols,	
  bile	
  acids,	
  and	
  sex	
  
   hormones,	
  most	
  of	
  which	
  have	
  specific	
  
   physiological	
  ac(on.	
  
                 How	
  are	
  they	
  used?	
  	
  
•  Steroids	
  are	
  taken	
  by	
  inges(on	
  or	
  injec(on	
  
•  People	
  who	
  take	
  this	
  drug	
  owen	
  use	
  them	
  in	
  a	
  
   paGer.	
  Usually	
  in	
  cycles	
  of	
  weeks	
  or	
  months.	
  
   This	
  is	
  known	
  as	
  Cycling.	
  	
  
•  People	
  also	
  combine	
  different	
  types	
  of	
  
   steroids	
  to	
  maximize	
  the	
  effec(veness	
  of	
  the	
  
   drug.	
  
             Medical	
  use	
  of	
  steroids	
  
•  When	
  a	
  man	
  has	
  tes(cular	
  cancer	
  the	
  pa(ent	
  
   is	
  owen	
  given	
  oral	
  steroids	
  to	
  produce	
  
   testosterone,	
  which	
  makes	
  up	
  for	
  the	
  the	
  loss	
  
   of	
  testosterone	
  caused	
  by	
  the	
  cancer.	
  	
  
•  Steroids	
  are	
  used	
  in	
  pa(ents	
  who	
  have	
  
   recently	
  received	
  a	
  transplant	
  so	
  that	
  the	
  body	
  
   does	
  not	
  reject	
  the	
  organ.	
  	
  	
  
•  Steroids	
  are	
  also	
  used	
  to	
  inhibit	
  allergic	
  
   reac(ons	
  (ex.	
  Poison	
  Ivy	
  or	
  Poison	
  Oak)	
  
What	
  are	
  the	
  short	
  term	
  effects	
  of	
  
                 Steroids?	
  
    Good	
  Short	
  term	
  effects	
                   Harmful	
  short	
  term	
  effects	
  

    -­‐	
  The	
  steroids	
  produce	
  an	
  	
        -­‐ From	
  the	
  use	
  of	
  anabolic	
  
    increase	
  in	
  lean	
  muscle	
  mass.	
  	
   steroids	
  the	
  body	
  can	
  develop	
  
                                                         liver	
  tumors.	
  
    -­‐	
  Increases	
  strength,	
  and	
  give	
   -­‐ -­‐	
  Jaundice,	
  fluid	
  retenDon,	
  
    you	
  the	
  ability	
  to	
  work	
  out	
  or	
   and	
  high	
  blood	
  pressure.	
  	
  
    train	
  your	
  body	
  for	
  longer	
             -­‐ -­‐	
  The	
  shrinking	
  of	
  genitalia	
  
    doubling	
  your	
  body	
  size	
  in	
  a	
        -­‐ Reduced	
  sperm	
  count,	
  along	
  
    very	
  short	
  Dme.	
  	
                          with	
  inferDlity	
  
                                                         -­‐ Baldness	
  
                                                         -­‐ -­‐	
  Breast	
  begin	
  to	
  develop	
  
                                                         -­‐ 	
  Steroid	
  users	
  also	
  suffer	
  
                                                         from	
  impaired	
  judgment	
  	
  
                                                         -­‐ -­‐	
  People	
  become	
  unaware	
  of	
  
                                                         danger	
  and	
  think	
  they	
  are	
  
                                                         invincible	
  	
  
Why	
  do	
  people	
  take	
  steroids?	
  
                       •  Steroids	
  are	
  owen	
  taken	
  by	
  
                          athletes	
  to	
  try	
  and	
  gain	
  an	
  
                          advantage	
  on	
  their	
  
                          compe((on	
  
                       •  This	
  is	
  illegal	
  in	
  all	
  major	
  
                          sports	
  and	
  is	
  not	
  taken	
  as	
  a	
  
                          light	
  maGer	
  	
  
                       •  Steroids	
  are	
  bad	
  for	
  the	
  
                          sports	
  community	
  because	
  
                          it	
  gives	
  players	
  an	
  
                          advantage	
  they	
  would	
  most	
  
                          likely	
  not	
  have	
  
 Mark	
  McGwire	
  
    Where	
  do	
  people	
  find	
  steroids?	
  
-­‐  There	
  are	
  some	
  forms	
  of	
  legal	
  steroids	
  that	
  
     can	
  be	
  found	
  in	
  specific	
  stores	
  or	
  online	
  
-­‐  For	
  most	
  athletes	
  who	
  take	
  the	
  drug	
  illegally	
  
     they	
  are	
  provided	
  the	
  drug	
  by	
  some	
  trainers,	
  
     or	
  in	
  other	
  cases	
  even	
  drug	
  dealers	
  that	
  make	
  
     a	
  living	
  from	
  selling	
  steroids	
  to	
  athletes.	
  	
  
              Now	
  It’s	
  Time	
  to	
  Make	
  an	
  
               Informa(onal	
  Pamphlet	
  
1.  Will	
  you	
  use	
  a	
  single	
  sheet	
  of	
  paper	
  folded	
  in	
  
    half	
  (1	
  (tle	
  page	
  and	
  3	
  informa(onal	
  pages)	
  
    or	
  third	
  (1	
  (tle	
  page	
  and	
  5	
  informa(onal)?	
  
2.  What	
  message	
  do	
  you	
  want	
  to	
  share?	
  
3.  How	
  will	
  your	
  pamphlet	
  get	
  the	
  reader’s	
  
    aGen(on	
  and	
  interest?	
  
4.  What	
  are	
  the	
  three	
  most	
  important	
  things	
  to	
  
    teach	
  in	
  the	
  space	
  you	
  have?	
  	
  

								
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