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cocklineDrug addiction is responsible for one quarter of all deaths worldwide. Ninety-five percent of untreated addicts die from their addiction, while ninety-seven percent of addicts never seek any treatment. Images of substance abuse are prevalent throughout society. It has been reported that the average twenty year old has seen over 200,000 television commercials encouraging the use of alcohol and tobacco. All addicts will experience a time when they will crave the drug on which they depend, but none will be available and they will suffer withdrawal symptoms. The immediate response is to get the drug to relieve the pain of withdrawal. The reason for withdrawal is that drugs affect the cells of the body and the body counteracts with its own chemicals and adaptation. When the drug on which an addict is dependent is absent from his system, the body continues counteracting the drug even though it is no longer present. This causes irritation, mood swings, insomnia, stress, as well as emotional and physical pain. Acute withdrawal is a definite sign of dependency and addiction. In order to break an addiction, one needs total abstinence from the drug. Help is available through rehabilitation and professional counseling. Although the addiction may seem impossible to overcome, the trial of withdrawal will be small compared to the grip of addiction. Overcoming addiction is much easier with external help: physical, mental and spiritual. Substance abuse is a common illness and freedom can and should be found.

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Protected: HPCSA and SAMA CPD points for Dagga Conference?


Download: Court Papers for Dagga Court Case

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1. Pleadings bundle
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2. Pre-amendment pleadings bundle
2017-06-09_Index_to_Pre-Amendment_Pleadings_Bundle_KTvF.DOCX
2017-06-09_Pre-amendment_pleadings_BUNDLE.pdf

3. Pre-trial bundle
2017-06-09_Master_Index_to_Pre-trial_Bundle_KTvFv2.DOCX
2017-06-09_pre-trial_BUNDLEv2.PDF

4. Notices bundle
2017-06-09_Master_Index_to_Notices_Bundle_KTvF.DOCX
2017-06-13_notices_BUNDLE_v2.pdf

5. Additional documents bundle
2017-06-09_Additional_Documents_BUNDLE.pdf
2017-06-09_Index_to_Additional_Documents_Bundle_KTvF.DOCX

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Doctors For Life Court Case to Prevent Legalization of Dagga (Marijuana)

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In RE: Stobbs and 2 others//National Director of Public Prosecutions and six ministers of government departments and Doctors For Life International
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Introduction
On 31 July 2017 a court case commences


South Africa should know the implications of letting the LGBT teach our children on homosexuality

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Date: 11 July 2017
Telephone: 032 481 5550

Gender DynamiX, SWEAT, the Sexual and Reproductive Justice Coalition, Partners in Sexual Health and Triangle are the few mentioned LGBT NGO’s that


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LIFEalerts 04 July 2017

Abortion

Ireland – Women Travelling to UK for Abortions Drops for 15 Years
USA – How millennials are impacting the pro-life movement
UK – Consider What Unborn Babies Can Do in the Womb
New Zealand – Abortions Drop to Lowest


Decriminalising Prostitution in South Africa is a nefarious miscarriage of Justice

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Enquiries: Doctors For Life Int.

Date: 26 June 2017
Telephone: 032 481 5550

The decriminalisation of prostitution is a nefarious miscarriage of justice that “disappears” egregious human rights abuses through the use of political smoke


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