Please Help if U Are Good at Writing and English Due Tomorrow?

Question by Keisha: Please Help if u are good at writing and English Due tomorrow?
I have to write a introduction page for a research paper on Heroin Abuse I dont know how I should start off

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Answer by shan
I cou;ld help, I just dont know what you mean by introduction help. please feel free to email me with further details if you want to.

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8 Responses to Please Help if U Are Good at Writing and English Due Tomorrow?

  • annc says:

    what is your thesis?

  • theartisttwin says:

    Do your own homework

  • purplegreen_peaches says:

    Something like this:

    Herion is an addictive, harmful drug that can ruin lives. It takes your money, time, and health away from you drasticly and can make a huge impression on your life. The consequences are very real and sometimes fatal. Herion is a bad choice to make, and can give you a past full of regrets.


  • amy l says:

    pic it paint a pic with ur words of a overdocer make them cry and u will get an a

  • ddot2882 says:

    You need something to grad the reader. Start with a personal story or one that you have read in your research about an individual who was addicted to heroin. Talk about the awful effects of this drug. That will pull your reader in and keep their attention. Then discuss all the facts and statistics and help with people with the addiction.

  • way_2_short84 says:

    That’s a tough call because I don’t have much info on that topic, but…
    Perhaps you could start it off with an interesting fact, because most profs will give you a good mark if the paper holds their interest.
    For example… With approximately ___ new users every year, Heroin has become the ___ most common drug for people ages ___ through ___.
    Make sure to include your thesis, and don’t forget to source everything!
    Good luck.

    Oh and DO NOT include the words ‘you’ or ‘I’ if this is a formal paper. Also, don’t use personal stories. If you are in high school, thats probably okay…University or College, pretty sure that’s grounds for a ZERO

  • tripod says:

    Heroin is an addictive drug, and its use is a serious problem in America.

    Heroin is processed from morphine, a naturally occurring substance extracted from the seedpod of the Asian poppy plant. Heroin usually appears as a white or brown powder. Street names for heroin include “smack,” “H,” “skag,” and “junk.” Other names may refer to types of heroin produced in a specific geographical area, such as “Mexican black tar.”

    Health Hazards : heroin abuse is associated with serious health conditions, including fatal overdose, spontaneous abortion, collapsed veins, and, particularly in users who inject the drug, infectious diseases, including HIV/AIDS and hepatitis.

    The short-term effects of heroin abuse appear soon after a single dose and disappear in a few hours. After an injection of heroin, the user reports feeling a surge of euphoria (“rush”) accompanied by a warm flushing of the skin, a dry mouth, and heavy extremities. Following this initial euphoria, the user goes “on the nod,” an alternately wakeful and drowsy state. Mental functioning becomes clouded due to the depression of the central nervous system. Long-term effects of heroin appear after repeated use for some period of time. Chronic users may develop collapsed veins, infection of the heart lining and valves, abscesses, cellulitis, and liver disease. Pulmonary complications, including various types of pneumonia, may result from the poor health condition of the abuser, as well as from heroin’s depressing effects on respiration.

    Heroin abuse during pregnancy and its many associated environmental factors (e.g., lack of prenatal care) have been associated with adverse consequences including low birth weight, an important risk factor for later developmental delay.

    In addition to the effects of the drug itself, street heroin may have additives that do not readily dissolve and result in clogging the blood vessels that lead to the lungs, liver, kidneys, or brain. This can cause infection or even death of small patches of cells in vital organs.

    The Drug Abuse Warning Network* reports that eight percent of drug-related emergency department (ED) visits in the third and fourth quarters of 2003 involved heroin abuse. Unspecified opiates—which could include heroin—were involved in an additional 4 percent of drug-related visits.

  • Quo G says:

    “Heroine is an addictive drug. although many young ppl are not fimiliar with it, we need to become more educated on the effects of heroine and discuss reasons to stay away from it….(add pieces of research topics here)In conclusion; for the non educated, it is a silent killer. (blah blah blah reiterate)”

    reaserch actual paper below

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