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It is seen as a social problem resulting from moral weakness.most of the drug abusers, the initial decision to take drugs is voluntary.What are the consequences of drug use?Twenty years ago, Iceland faced a huge drug addiction problem, especially among teenagers.In 1998, 42 percent of surveyed 15-16-year-olds had been drunk in the previous 30 days. Iceland adopted a five-step approach.A report analyzing data results is then created for each community, which can then go on to create the best environment and conditions for its children away from the world of drugs.The Iceland model in fighting youth addiction is now applied in more than 35 cities in Europe.However, by adopting the Iceland model, we will excel in tackling this problem. Cooperation of all is needed to let children omit the option of using drugs.
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