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True / False Questions



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A natural chemical called anandamide can bind to brain receptors for delta-9-tetrahydocannabinol.
   
 
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Moderate alcohol consumption can actually increase the blood levels of good cholesterol, or HDL.
   
 
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Cocaine is a stimulant that works primarily by increasing levels of dopamine and serotonin in the brain.
   
 
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Amphetamines are stimulants that work by activating acetylcholine receptors in the peripheral nervous system.
   
 
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Blood alcohol level is solely dependent upon the number of drinks consumed.
   
 
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It has been proven that using marijuana leads to use of more serious drugs.
   
 
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Dependence is a progressive decrease in the effectiveness of a drug in a given person.
   
 
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Carbonated beverages increase the absorption rate of alcohol.
   
 
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