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Alcohol A drug research project by Janelle 1 Ethyl alcohol is the scientific name for alcohol, also known as booze, liquor, cold one, hard stuff and juice. It is a depressant , but in small amounts, it can provide a
A comparison of provincial policies and harm-reduction opportunities. Public Health 2014, Toronto. May 26-29. Presentation overview. Background. Public health informed pricing practices. Detailed results for the jurisdictions.
For more information about the new Australian Guidelines to Reduce Health Risks from Drinking Alcohol go to wwwalcoholgovau Further information 1009 brPage 2br There are many good reasons to encourage your teenager not to drink alcohol before turnin
What is Alcohol? Alcohol is a psychoactive drug -- Classified as Depressant Causes changes in brain chemistry Alters Consciousness ( Intoxication ) Slurred Speech Unsteady Movement Inability To React Quickly
Practice & Implementation Center – South at Baylor College of Medicine. Learning Objectives. Describe the effects of alcohol exposure during pregnancy. Identify the signs and symptoms of . fetal alcohol spectrum disorders .
Ashley . Galloway. Background. Binge Drinking=consuming . alcohol in a manner that raises an individual’s . BAC . to a level equal to or greater . 0.08. . To prevent alcohol use disorder (AUD) the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism recommends that men not drink more than 4 drinks in a single day with no more than 14 drinks per week .
BAC depends on:. 1. The amount of blood in your body (which is increased as _____________increases). 2. The . ___________. of alcohol you ________ . 3 . ________ consumed . (i.e., the faster you drink the higher your BAC). .
6 million children in the UK are living with pa rents who are drinking hazardously and 705000 living with dependent drinkers x Average alcohol consumption has gradually fallen in many OECD countries between 1980 and 2009 with an average overall decre
Kristen Swan, . milan. . cowan. , . jaime. . carroll. 3. rd. period-Wilson. Drinking and violence. Suspects and victims. Deanna wells. Kirk . benton. Alex . jacobs. Lou . dempsey. Facts of the case.
WHAT . YOU MIGHT . NOT KNOW!. 1. Here’s The Facts:. Alcohol is a depressant, which means that it SLOWS the bodies processes.. It is the oldest and most abused drug in history. Alcohol affects many of the body’s organs and slows their function, including the heart, stomach, liver, and brain..
1 ALCOHOL WHAT MOST OF YOU DO NOT KNOW! This presentation will probably involve audience discussion, which will create action items. Use PowerPoint to keep track of these action items during your presentation
Why is alcohol considered a drug?. What is the difference between a stimulant and a depressant?. Which one is alcohol?. What is the process in which alcohol is made?. Why would a mug of beer, a glass of wine, and a shot of liquor have the same amount of alcohol?.
Alcohol and Automobiles. Every year In the U.S. thousands of people are killed and critically injured in alcohol related automobile accidents. As soldiers, we are responsible for the safety and security of our country. This responsibility does not end at the end of the duty day, but extends to our personal lives as well..
Organize & conduct a scan of alcohol advertising at off-premises retailers. Wisconsin Alcohol Policy Project. September 15, 2016. Conducting . a scan of alcohol . signage @ . Class A retailers.
Alcohol is a depressant that affects many areas in the brain, generally by suppressing neuron activity.. Effects on heart: weakness of heart, arrhythmia, stroke, hypertension. Effects on liver: toxic by-products of breaking down alcohol damages liver.
E Silins, LJ Horwood, JM . Najman. , GC Patton, JW . Toumbourou. , CA Olsson, DM Hutchinson, L Degenhardt, D Fergusson, D Becker, JM Boden, R . Borschmann. , . M . Plotnikova. , GJ Youssef, RJ Tait, .