5 edition of Crack & cocaine found in the catalog.
Describes the effects of crack and other forms of cocaine on the body, the dangers of abusing them, the reasons why people use them, and ways to prevent an addiction or get help.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 74) and index.
|Other titles||Crack and cocaine|
|Statement||Linda Bayer ; introduction by Barry R. McCaffrey ; foreword by Steven L. Jaffe.|
|Series||Junior drug awareness|
|LC Classifications||HV5825 .B39 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||99022971|
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Powder cocaine is much more expensive than crack cocaine. The slowest onset of cocaine’s effects occurs when it is snorted, and this can take up to 20 minutes. The effects last up to 60 minutes. When injected, cocaine reaches the brain within one minute and the effects last for up to 30 minutes. A shattering account of the crack cocaine years from award-winning American historian David Farber, Crack tells the story of the young men who bet their lives on the rewards of selling 'rock' cocaine, the people who gave themselves over to the crack pipe, and the often-merciless authorities who incarcerated legions of African Americans caught in the crack cocaine vega-books.com: David Farber.
It was no coincidence that the crack cocaine epidemic exploded during a time of dramatic transformation in the U.S. economy, says David Farber, author of a new book. In a conversation with TCR, he. Cocaine’s effects are short lived, and once the drug leaves the brain, it leads to a “coke crash” that includes depression, irritability, and fatigue. Smoking crack/cocaine can produce a particularly aggressive paranoid behavior. When addicted individuals stop using cocaine, they often become depressed.
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"Crack" cocaine, also called "rock," is a form of freebase that comes in small lumps and makes a crackling sound when heated. It is relatively inexpensive, but must be repeated often. Crack cocaine magnifies the effects of cocaine and is considered to be more. Crack and Cocaine Abuse book.
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The book is based on "Dark Alliance", Webb's three-part investigative series published in the San Jose Mercury News in August Author: Gary Webb. Hey all, The General Discussion forum is temporarily closed. This means no new threads or posts can be. Crack cocaine, also known simply as crack or rock, is a free base form of cocaine that can be smoked.
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Oct 10, · In the August 7,Freakonomics column in the New York Times Magazine, Dubner and Levitt ask a simple question: Whatever happened to crack cocaine. Crack was the scourge of the 's, leading to endless misery and violence. Today, it is rarely mentioned in the news media.
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Crack epidemic, the significant increase in the use of crack cocaine, or crack, in the United States during the early s. Crack cocaine was popularized because of its affordability, its immediate euphoric effect, and its high profitability. The crack epidemic had particularly devastating effects.
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problematic users of crack or cocaine. After a comprehensive assessment has been completed there are 2 treatment routes outlined: 1. If the client does not want to stop using crack or cocaine then the 2 sessions may be more appropriate as it concentrates upon important information that.
Crack cocaine could be obtained for the same price at purities of around 80 percent. People used to taking cocaine would take an equivalent amount of crack and overdose, and hospital admissions due to cocaine overdose doubled in a year.
Crack could also be smoked much more easily, requiring a temperature of only °F to vaporize. Crack cocaine is an easier-to-manufacture form of freebase cocaine – the only difference between cocaine and crack is that the latter has its hydrochloride removed, increasing the melting point and making the drug smokable.
Because its production doesn't require the use of flammable solvents, it is safer to make than freebase cocaine. Smoking crack cocaine also can cause aggressive and paranoid behavior.
As crack cocaine interferes with the way the brain processes chemicals, one needs more and more of the drug just to feel “normal.” Those who become addicted to crack cocaine (as with most .Crack hit the Marcy Project, in Brooklyn, back in mid ’s.
I read an interesting book that deals with the residents who were addicted to it. There is a very famous rapper mentioned in the book as well who was a crack dealer.
The book showed how he made money from it and who he killed in the process. The book Is called Escape From Marcy.Jun 26, · Aroundpowder cocaine was available on the street at an average of 55 percent purity for $ per gram (equivalent to $ in ), and crack was sold at average purity levels of