ALCOHOL
GENERAL
DRUGS
DISEASES CAUSED BY SUBSTANCE USE
FUN FACTS
TOBACCO
100

The definition of a "standard drink."

What is 12 oz domestic beer, 5 oz wine, 1/5 oz hard liquor (80 proof)?

100

When the body adjusts to the drug, requiring larger amounts to get the same feeling.

What is tolerance?

100

What THC stands for.

What is Tetrahydrocannibinol?

100

Scar tissue in the liver caused by excessive alcohol use.

What is cirrhosis?

100
The highest recorded BAC in history (in the world).

What is 1.480% (in Poland)?

100

Stimulant found in tobacco.

What is nicotine?

200

The drug classification alcohol is identified as.

What is a depressant?

200

Mental and physical problems affecting someone who is addicted and stops using a drug.

What is withdrawal?

200

The plant where cocaine originates.

What is the coca tree?

200

When air sacs in the lungs lose their elasticity due to smoking.

What is emphysema?

200

The first federal law to ban the importation and possession of this substance was passed in 1909 in the United States. This was the first federal law to ban the non-medical use of a substance.

What is opium?

200

Poisonous gas in cigarette smoke and car exhause fumes.

What is carbon monoxide?

300
The amount of alcohol directly absorbed into the bloodstream through the lining of the stomach.

What is 20%?

300

The number one abused drug in the world.

What is alcohol?

300

The psychoactive substance that comes from the Mitraygna Speciosa tree in Malaysia.

What is Kratom?

300

the most common types of diseases associated with methamphetamine use.

What are sexually transmitted infections?

300

Which president signed the Controlled Substances Act, which called for the regulation and classification of certain drugs and substances, thus beginning the five "schedules" of drugs.

Who is Richard Nixon in 1970. The "War on Drugs" was declared by Nixon in June 1971.

300

Black sticky substance in tobacco that causes cancer.

What is tar?

400

The three types of progressive liver disease caused by alcohol use over time.

What are fatter liver disease, alcoholic hepatitis and cirrhosis?

400

The number one abused drug by adolescents in the United States.

What is tobacco?

400

The country that streamlined the process of producing crystal methamphetamine in 1919.

What is Japan? (Who is the chemist Akira Ogata).

400

The most common disorders associated with inhalant use.

What are major depression, suicidal ideation and attempts, anxiety, sudden sniffing death?

400

The number one drug that killed Michael Jackson.

What is propofol? (hypnotic drug used for general anesthesia sedation and veterinary medicine). Also present in his blood stream was Lorazepam, Midazolam, Lidocaine, Diazepam and Nordiazepam.

400

Finely ground tobacco that is inhaled or put between the cheek and gum.

What is snuff? 

500

The rate alcohol is metabolized by a healthy liver.

What is 0.015% (per hour)?

500

Five neurotransmitters most affected by substance use.

What are Dopamine, Endorphins, Gabba, Glutamates and Serotonin?

500

This substance, along with codeine, was isolated form opium and created to treat opium addiction in 1805.

What is morphine?

500

A chronic memory disorder caused by a severe thiamine deficiency, most commonly associated with alcohol use.

What is Korsakoff syndrome?

500

The first drugs to be taxed in the United States.

What are opium and cocaine? The Harrison Narcotics Tax Act passed in 1914. Prohibition passed in 1919 and was repealed in 1933. In 1937, the "Marijuana Tax Act" was passed and placed a tax on the sale of cannabis, hemp and marijuana. 

500

White spots inside the mouth that may lead to cancer.

What is leukoplakia?

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