Drugs
Peer Pressure
Addiction
Alcohol
Tobacco
100

This drug contains high levels of THC and can negatively affect your performance in academics and athletics

What is "Marijuana?"

100

This refusal strategy includes removing yourself from the conversation or the environment completely

What is "#5 Walking Away?"

100

This addiction is the most common drug addiction in the United States.

What is Smoking Cigarettes?

100

It is illegal to consume alcohol below this particular age

What is "21 Years Old?"

100

Cigarettes are so dangerous because they contain this particular addictive chemical

What is nicotine?

200

Alcohol and tobacco are referred to by this third category because they are neither prescription, nor non-prescription medication

What are "Recreational Drugs"

200

This refusal strategy includes trying to change the focus of the conversation, but does not dismiss the other person entirely

What is "#3 Suggest another Activity?"

200

People who struggle with addiction may need to participate in this type of program in order to completely recover

What is "Rehab/Therapy"

200

While beer and wine can be purchased from just about any grocery store or gas station in Virginia, this type of alcohol can only be purchased at a Virginia ABC store

What is a "Liquor?" 

200

Excessive smoking can put you at high risk for this particular disease.

300

This drug, which comes in a small, white & powdery form, an make you increasingly irritable, anxious and hostile towards others

What is "Cocaine"

300

Someone is who is considered your "Peer" must share THIS particular trait with you

What is "Age?"

300

Sometimes behaviors can be just as addicting as controlled substances. Which risk behavior is the most common addiction in the U.S.? 

What is Gambling?

300

It is dangerous to drive under the influence of alcohol because it slows down this ability.

What is "Reaction Time?"

300

Smoking tobacco does more damage to THIS vital organ more than any other part of the body

What is "The Lungs"

400

Legal, non-prescription drugs have another name they are referred to by because of how you can acquire them.

What is "Over-the-Counter?"

400

This particular refusal strategy involves an explanation as to why you cannot participate in the unwanted behavior

What is "#4 Give a Reason"

400

This organ in your body is responsible for addictive behavior patterns

What is "Your Brain?"

400

The legal limit to perform this activity under the influence of alcohol is 0.08% B.A.C.

What is "Driving?"

400

According to the video from last class, this percentage of people who are currently incarcerated for violent crimes were addicted to a controlled substance

What is "85%"

500

This type of medication is usually prescribed by a doctor after a major operation or surgery, however can become dangerously addictive when not used properly

What are "Opioids or Pain-Killers?"

500

Teenagers are particularly susceptible to "Peer Pressure" because of their desire to do this

What is "Fit-In?"

500

Colleges, universities and companies are in the process of developing a vaccine for adults who suffer from addiction. Vaccines create THESE particular organisms to help combat the affect a particular drug or virus has on your body.

What are "Antibodies?"

500

When alcohol is consumed at an alarmingly high rate, this particular organ is the most at risk for a disease known as "cirrhosis"

What is "The Liver"

500

This form of smoking, though it does not contain any tobacco, can have even HIGHER levels of nicotine in them than the average cigarette or cigar.

What is "E-Cigarettes, Vaping, or Juuling?"

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