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    Use, abuse, and addiction

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    What is the difference between use, abuse, and addiction?

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    Drugs can have both beneficial and negative consequences for those using them. There are three levels of drug person interaction.
    Use defines the consumption of drugs that are within acceptable safety limits and does not interfere with normal functioning of the individual. Be they over the counter or ...

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    Several paragraphs detailing the difference between use, abuse, and addiction.

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