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Why Are They Teaching Kids That Marijuana / Thc Is Addictive?


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health class notes from jr high in the utica school system.

 

probably made by a teacher or TA.

 

http://www.uticak12.org/downloads/instruction/review/Junior%20High/Health/Health9tipsforexam.pdf

THC is addictive drug in marijuana (yeah I know, I thought they all knew that too LOL)

heres the review of the exam, not the exam itself.

http://www.uticak12.org/downloads/instruction/review/Junior%20High/Health/Health9ExamReview.pdf

 

the only references of THC or marijuana being addictive are from drug rehab companies.

 

what other lies are they teaching kids in the health class at utica schools?

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heres what they are teaching kids in the plymouth-canton community schools:

http://www.pccs.k12.mi.us/home/showdocument?id=1577

 

the health risks of marijuana

the effects of marijuana use vary from person to person and can be influenced by an individual's mood and surroundings. in all cases, however, marijuana poses serious health risks.

 

hallucinations and paranoia

impaired short term memory, reaction time, concentration and coordination

distorted sense of time sight touch and sound

decreased initiative and ambition

bloodshot eyes

dry mouth

lunk irritation, coughing

heart and lung disease

increased risk of lung cancer

weakened immunity, increased susceptibility to colds, flu, and viral infections

 

increased appetite, leading to weight gain.

in pregnant females, increased risk of stillbirths and birth defects

changed hormone levels, affecting normal body development in teens

in females, increased testosterone levels and risk of infertility

in males, lowered sperm count and tstosterone levels.

how can it increase testosterone in females and lower testosterone in males, boggles the mind. surprised they dont say it turns your dick purple.

 

mental/emotional health consequences

marijuana users experience slow mental reflexes and may suffer sudden feelings of anxiety and paranoia, an irrational suspiciousness or distrust of others. the user may feel dizzy, have trouble walking, and have difficulty remembering events that just happened. because short-term memory is adversely affected, problems at school and at work may develop. users often experience distorted perception, loss of coordination, and trouble with thinking and problem solving.

 

physical consequences

for teens, marijuana poses physical risks to the reproductive organs. in males, regular use interferes with sperm production and lowers levels of testosterone, the hormone responsible for the development of adult male characteristics such as voice change, growth of body hair, and broadened shoulders. females experience the opposite effect - an increase in testosterone levels. this may result in unwanted facial hair and can lead to infertility.

 

risks and consequences of driving under the influence

driving under the influence of marijuana can be as dangerous as driving under the influence of alcohol because marijuana intereferes with depth perception, impairs judgement, and slows reflexes. the penalities and legal consequences of driving under the influence of any drug, including marijuana, are strict. these include suspension of a drivers license, a fine and often a jail term. insurance premiums are increased when the drivers license is restored. if injury or death results from a drug-related accident, the impaired driver may face serious legal prosection.

lots of old propaganda based on biased research. so sad. at least the students know when a book calls them "teens" and uses words like "illicit" they know its moo poo. the real question is why not just tell them the truth?

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heres what they are teaching kids in the plymouth-canton community schools:

http://www.pccs.k12.mi.us/home/showdocument?id=1577

 

 

how can it increase testosterone in females and lower testosterone in males, boggles the mind. surprised they dont say it turns your dick purple.

 

 

lots of old propaganda based on biased research. so sad. at least the students know when a book calls them "teens" and uses words like "illicit" they know its moo poo. the real question is why not just tell them the truth?

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how can it increase testosterone in females and lower testosterone in males, boggles the mind. surprised they dont say it turns your dick purple.

 

A man went to his doctor and said, "Doc, somethings wrong, my penis is turning orange!"

 

The doctor asked, "Are you engaging in unprotected sex?"

 

The man replied, "Heck no! In fact I was divorced six months ago, all I do now is sit around watching porn movies and eating cheese puffs."

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