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Cannabis, heroin and ecstasy are prescription drugs.
Alcohol and tobacco are often called 'recreational' drugs.
More women than men are likely to take illegal drugs.
Drinking alcohol cannot cause heart disease.
Some people do not drink tea or coffee for religious reasons.
'Recreational' drugs are not harmful.
Rahit Maryada is the Sikh Code of Conduct.
Sikhs are allowed to smoke but not to use alcohol.
Only Sikhs are allowed in a gurdwara.
Recreational drugs and social drugs are the same.