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B1 Part 1 B1 Lesson 20 Drugs Statins and Recreational Drugs B1 Lesson 22 Alcohol
Year 9

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B1 1.3.1 Drugs B1 Lesson 21 Smoking
e Recreational drugs Evaluate the impact of smoking on health.
g Impact of legal drugs on health is greater than illegal drugs as more people use them. Evaluate why some people use legal drugs for recreation.
Evaluate claims made about the effect of prescribed and non-prescribed drugs on health.

smokingFull Specification TextEdit

e) Candidates should be aware of the effects of misuse of the legal recreational drugs, alcohol and nicotine. Candidates should understand that the misuse of the illegal recreational drugs ecstasy, cannabis and heroin may have adverse effects on the heart and circulatory system.
g) The overall impact of legal drugs (prescribed and non-prescribed) on health is much greater than the impact of illegal drugs because far more people use them.

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