The LA coroner has released Whitney Houston’s cause of death.  Accidental drowning, aggravated by cocaine use and heart disease.  She had other substances in her body such as marijuana but it seems that the cocaine was the one drug which contributed to her sudden death.

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dylanMarch 22, 2012 at 7:00 pm

Cociane is one of the hardest drugs to kick and it’s unfortunate that she wasn’t able to overcome it. She had such a promising career it’s sad to see it ended this way.


dylanMarch 22, 2012 at 7:00 pm

Cocaine has immense negative effects on our body, causing life threatening consequences. Statistical report says, around 14% of the American adults have tried this. It is harmful for heart, brain, kidney, respiratory system and even can impair sexual function. Particularly, men may suffer from delayed ejaculation


dylanMarch 22, 2012 at 7:00 pm

Synthetic man-made stimulant, Meth is highly dangerous for us. It damages our heart, kidney, brain – causing death. It even leads to risky unprotected sex. Today its recovery is possible, though that’s a time consuming one. It needs years of medications and different other therapies.


dylanMarch 22, 2012 at 7:00 pm

Cocaine is highly pleasurable and its long term impacts are highly dangerous. It is responsible for destruction of personal health, relationships, property and many more. It completely changes one’s personality and mind. So, it’s highly dangerous and shouldn’t get addicted to it.


dylanMarch 22, 2012 at 7:00 pm

[…] Whitney Houston’s death in February can be considered as among the most controversial news in 2012. Of course, Houston’s battle against her relapsing drug addiction had always been an open secret in the entertainment industry. Her lifeless body was found in her hotel room in Beverly Hills. Weeks later, it was confirmed that she died because of combined effects of overdose of a heart disease medication and cocaine intake. […]


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