Heroin Essay Topics

Effects of Heroin on the Brain and the Body

Drug abuse has been and continues to be a growing problem in society. Scientifically speaking, a drug is any chemical or biological substance that when taken by a human being changes the way the mind and body functions. Drugs if used in the right manner are not always a bad thing, they have good benefits… View Article

Heroin Addiction

According to The National Institute on Drug Abuse, heroin is an illegal, highly addictive drug. It is both the most abused and the most rapidly acting of the opiates. Heroin is processed from morphine, a naturally occurring substance extracted from the seed pod of certain varieties of poppy plants. It is typically sold as a… View Article

Heroin

Heroin is a highly addictive analgesic drug. Heroin, which is a popular choice of drug in America, is not a new drug that magically popped up in the late 1960’s. In the mid 1800’s opium was a popular drug. Opium was brought to the country by Chinese immigrants who came here to work on railroads…. View Article

Maria Full Of Grace

Maria is a spirited seventeen years old who lives in a small town in Colombia. She works for very low wages at a large industrial rose plantation. Maria comes from a family of four who desperately depend on her every paycheck just to get by in life. After so many years of working and struggling,… View Article

Work File Review

Use the word bank to fill in the blanks: inhalants are substances that produce chemical vapors that can be inhaled to produce a mind-altering effect. Hallucinogens can disrupt the nervous system in your body, causing changes in the way you sense the world around you. Narcotics are used to treat pain and induce anesthesia. Drugs… View Article

What’s Worse? Many people face various addictions in the world today such as, drug, alcohol, sex, eating, or gambling addictions. One might ask the question, is one addiction more serious than another or are all addictions equally destructive? In particular, is an addiction such as gambling as serious as an addiction to drugs or alcohol?… View Article

Brian De Palma

Vibe Magazine author, Kris Ex, wrote an article in October 2002 titled “Bad Fellas” that caught my attention. “Without ever picking up a microphone, three kids from Harlem laid down the blueprint for mainstream hip hop culture, even as they courted self-destruction. Though these kingpins never formed an official crew, their stories are interwoven like… View Article