Analysis of Homelessness and Teen Drug Experimentation Initiatory Gateway to Drug Abuse in Toronto This research study will analyze the growing relationship between drug experimentation evolving into drug abuse due to the rising problem of adolescence homelessness in Canada. By analyzing the problem of homelessness in the cities of Toronto, the growing rates of drug usage for homeless youth are overriding that of non-drug using homeless youth in a primarily drug orientated culture. Through an evaluation that defines the percentage of these youths later becoming addicted to hardcore synthetic drugs, the gateway issue in experimentation is important for defining youth behaviors on the streets of Toronto. The experimental culture of youth...The end:
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