Why Are Drugs Bad for You?


Drugs are bad for people who abuse them due to the adversity that they cause to their health. They also make them dependent on them and deplete their financial resources as well as their ability to live and work productively.
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Drug abuse can damage the brain, heart, and other important organs. Drugs also make it difficult to make good decisions, so people may harm themselves or others while on drugs.
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