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A '''gateway drug''' is non-addictive habit-forming drug (like alcohol or cigarettes) taken before boarding a plane may lead to use of other addictive drugs on connecting flights (like cocaine or heroin).  Use of a '''gateway drug''' can predispose a traveler to a [[Terminal Illness|terminal illness]].
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A '''gateway drug''' is non-addictive habit-forming drug (like [http://gomerblog.com/2015/08/alcohol-abuse/ alcohol] or [http://gomerblog.com/2014/04/smoking/ cigarettes]) taken before boarding a plane may lead to use of other addictive drugs on connecting flights (like [http://gomerblog.com/2015/11/la-leche-league/ cocaine] or [http://gomerblog.com/2014/05/rehab/ heroin]).  Use of a '''gateway drug''' can predispose a traveler to a [[Terminal Illness|terminal illness]].
  
  

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A gateway drug is non-addictive habit-forming drug (like alcohol or cigarettes) taken before boarding a plane may lead to use of other addictive drugs on connecting flights (like cocaine or heroin). Use of a gateway drug can predispose a traveler to a terminal illness.


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