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  Getting advice and information on drugs
Updated 07 January 2002, 12.37

 
Research your answers using the links
What is one of the risks associated with taking ecstasy?
  A: Depression
  B: Muscle wasting
  C: Nervous twitch
What class of drug is ecstasy?
  A: A
  B: B
  C: C
What has happened to the price of heroin in the last ten years?
  A: Doubled
  B: Tripled
  C: Halved
How pure is amphetamine (speed) bought on the street?
  A: 30%
  B: 10%
  C: 60%
In 'an addicts tale'- Why does 'X' take crack and heroin together?
  A: He needs heroin to stop his paranoia
  B: He takes the heroin because he enjoys it
  C: They are not strong enough on their own
In 'an addicts tale'- Where does 'X' suffer pains?
  A: Stomach
  B: Stomach and legs
  C: Arms and legs
At what age did 'X' start taking drugs?
  A: 12
  B: 11
  C: 14
What is not an effect of taking ecstasy?
  A: Feeling alert
  B: Feeling drowsy
  C: Being emotional
How can you be sure what is in a drug?
  A: Buy from someone you know
  B: Only by testing it in a laboratory
  C: Test it by smelling or tasting

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