“…To further enhance your knowledge, personal development and ability to assist in marijuana prevention efforts.”
Paula D. Gordon, Ph.D. is an Educator, Writer, Strategist, Online Publisher (including http://GordonDrugAbusePrevention.com ), and Instructor of three online courses offered by Auburn University Outreach. The courses include the following:
- “The Effects and Impacts of Marijuana Use ~ Policies and Approaches Addressing the Challenges”
- “A National Public Health Disaster: Drug Abuse, Addiction, and the Opioid Crisis~ The Role that Marijuana Use and Legalization are Playing” and
- “Transforming and Leading Organizations and Organized Efforts”
Further information concerning these online courses is included here and can also be found at http://GordonDrugAbusePrevention.com .
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by Dr. Drew W. Edwards
Republished from DrDrewEdwards.org
All the independent, peer-reviewed research confirms what I and other experts have observed for years. Cannabis users significantly underachieve in education, their careers, and have significant problems with their most significant relationships. Two recent and eye-opening studies published in the medical journals Addiction, and Neuropharmacology respectively reveal gross deficits in cognitive ability (IQ) executive functioning, attentiveness, inhibition of impulsiveness and motivation. Continue reading Marijuana Users Grossly Underachieve
Or California, or Oregon or Washington
It’s that time of year when high school seniors apply to college and make decisions about their future. By all means, they need to avoid colleges in Colorado, based on all reports we’re hearing from that state. It’s not the educational program, it’s the culture. In Colorado, it’s even hard for high schools to educate their students.
Any state that legalizes marijuana creates a culture that normalizes drug use, which includes use of all drugs. For example, in Pueblo, Colorado, 12 percent of the high school seniors have tried heroin. Continue reading Choosing a College? Don’t Send Your Kid to Colorado