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We have been listening to stories about drugs since we were born We also learned about what kind of drugs exist and how dangerous they are The word drug has always been a synonym for something forbidden and uncommon However years passed and cultures changed Nowadays the way of life and thinking look completely different We cannot follow the development of drugs anymore and the word drug is something normal and very common especially among youngsters If we take this under a microscope we can see that drugs nowadays became somewhat trendy How many teenagers smoke cigarettes and drink alcohol How many teenagers smoke marihuana and do hard drugs like heroin How many young people die because of drugs How many times we hear that somebody was taken to a hospital from a big Rave party Dance drugs all kind of pills heroin crack cocaine marihuana and so forth are all flooding the market and we cannot control this In this essay I will explain why taking drugs became trendy and what causes more and more teenagers to do drugs Statistics shows that drug use has really increased amongst youngsters In 2001 345 twelve year old and older teenagers tried marihuana but in 2002 this number increased to 37 In 2001 12 of teenagers of the same age group tried heroin and this number also increased to 15 in 2002 These numbers show that more and more youngsters are becoming addicted to drugs Statistical Abstract of the United States 2003 pg 136 Lets first discuss doing soft drugs When kids go to Elementary school they start observing what is happening around them They are curious and they like taking risks so these traits lead them to want to try as many things as possible They see parents younger people and also their sisters and brothers day by day and somehow they want to be just like their older role models So
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