The Dangers of Crack Cocaine

February 22, 2013 | By

Crack cocaine is an extremely addictive narcotic that has widespread use in the United States not only due to its addictive qualities but its relative cheapness. Using this drug results in a strong high, with an equally strong low afterwards. These severe ups and downs increase the risk of heart attack and stroke due to high blood pressure. Delray Recovery Center has created this infographic to help one learn more about the characteristics and risks of this drug.

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The Dangers of Crack Cocaine

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