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Drug Education Library - Narcotics

Book Description
Narcotics, chemicals originally derived from the opium poppy, are some of the oldest drugs in human history. Valued for their ability to reduce pain and alter perception, narcotics have played roles in medical care and religion for the last 4,000 years. Today, morphine, the active ingredient in opium, and its wide array of synthetic derivatives are still the most powerful pain-killing drugs in the... More
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PublisherLucent Books
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages96
Publication Date07/18/2003
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About Sue McGinty (Author) : Sue McGinty is a published author of children's books. A published credit of Sue McGinty is Drug Education Library - Narcotics (Drug Education Library).
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