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The Narconon Drug Abuse Prevention Programme

Theory and Background: Illicit drug and alcohol use is a fact of life in today’s society. To use or not to use such substances is a decision which all

Peter Stoker talks about drug education

An interview with Peter Stoker, Chairman of the National Drug Prevention Alliance.

History of Narconon

Today, the Narconon programme has spread from that one programme in Arizona State Prison to include community programmes in many states and countries

Drugs - Adverse Effects on Educational Performance

Liz Paver, former president of the National Association of Head Teachers writes about the adverse effects of drugs on educational performance.

Do drugs stay in the body for one day?

Drugs stay in the body for years after you take them. Most drugs get stored in fat within the body and can stay there for years. Here is how that

Do drugs improve sexual performance?

Drugs dull all your senses. Because drugs numb the nervous system, they are a way for a person to temporarily get rid of unwanted feelings like

Do drugs increase creativity?

Drugs ruin creativity! There is a scale of emotions that people move up and down as they go through life. Here's an example:

Is Ecstasy safer than other drugs?

Ecstasy is one of the most dangerous drugs. Recent research has shown very serious, long term damage to the nervous system from Ecstasy.

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"Drug education has a vital task in countering this, but it will only succeed if it has the goal of abstinence - rather than leaving choices about illegal activities to young people."
Peter Stoker
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