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  • Gambling Problem
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    Gambling Affecting Community Gambling affecting the community, by people that has a habit of doing things. Gambling can be a good thing and also can be a very bad thing. Especially, towards your family, gambling is a major problem. I know people that go inside casinos and loose their whole check. That's bad, because now do not no money to feed your family, or any benefits towards them. Majority of the time it if men that has a gambling problem. With women it is un constantly with them because th...
  • Gambling Problem
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    Gambling has effected many people I know in a negative way and the problem is getting increasingly more serious due to the large amount of young adults who are starting to gamble. Teenagers often face routine warnings about drugs and alcohol but Not about gambling. Gambling is highly addictive, and compulsive gamblers have the same symptoms an alcoholic or a person addicted to drugs would have with their addiction, when someone is addicted to gambling they have a brain disease that is chemically...
  • Lead To Serious Gambling Problems
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    Gambling in the United States Gambling has increased in the last couple of years. Is it because people are addicted? There are two types of gambling: Compulsive Gambling and pathological gambling. Compulsive Gambling is when people have a hard time resisting to gamble. Pathological Gambling is when there is a need to gamble for money or for large amounts of money. Also people don't know when to quit when they are pathological gamblers. Both types of gambling have major side effects, and can both...
  • Gambling Industry
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    Compulsive Gambling and It's Cost to the Economy More than 5 million Americans are pathological, compulsive and problem gamblers, and another 15 million are at risk of becoming just like them. A common definition of problem gambling is: a progressive disorder characterized by a continuous or periodic loss of control over gambling and irrational thinking and behavior despite the consequences. When gambling interferes with any one's life, it can be categorize as an addiction or disease, just like ...
  • State And The Legal Gambling Companies
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    Gambling, while it lowers taxes and creates jobs, it also causes addicts to lose money and therefore creates a higher crime rate. A Quick History of Gambling. Gambling was a popular pastime in North America long before there was ever a United States. Playing cards and dice were brought over by both the British and the Dutch. By the end of the 17th century, just about every country seat in colonial America had a lottery wheel. Cockfighting flourished though out the countries, especially in the So...
  • Gambling Addiction Rates
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    Gambling addiction is an issue found in numerous areas where gambling is legal. People who are addicted to gambling, also know as problem gamblers, face many health risks including depression, suicidal thoughts, loss of sleep, loss of appetite, migraine and anxiety in addition to marriage breakdown, problems at work and bankruptcy (9). About 2 percent of adults are thought to be problem gamblers (1). In today's society this costly addiction is not often considered to be a common problem among th...
  • Gambling Problem
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    Persuasive Essay On? gambling' Persuasive Essay On? gambling' Essay, Research Paper Although many people believe that gambling is good clean fun, I believe that gambling will cost society more than it would benefit. The first reason that society will be hurt from gambling is that even though some casinos create thousands of jobs, there are some downfalls to that. For example the jobs used for casinos have taken away other jobs from other areas of the economy. And the jobs that casinos do provide...

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