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ALCOHOL POISONING

ALCOHOL POISONING

ALCOHOL POISONING. AND BINGE DRINKING. WHAT IS IT? . Binge drinking is the consumption of large amounts of alcohol in a very short period of time. Binge drinking can cause alcohol poisoning, which can be fatal.

By Ava
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ALCOHOL

ALCOHOL

ALCOHOL. American Prohibition Article. Who was the first state to pass a law prohibiting the sale of alcohol? What events lead to the ban of alcohol? What amendment banned the manufacture, sale & distribution of alcohol in the US? What happened after they banned alcohol?

By dayo
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Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders

Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders

Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders. Chapter 12. Substance Use Disorders. Substance: A chemical that alters a person’s mood or behavior when it is smoked, injected, drunk, inhaled, or swallowed in pill form.

By neith
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Girls & Young Women

Girls & Young Women

Heavy Alcohol Use. Girls & Young Women. Nancy Poole BC Women’s Hospital BC Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health Building Bridges Symposium May 31, 2010. Trends. BC .

By madra
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Bloodborne Pathogen Training 2010

Bloodborne Pathogen Training 2010

Bloodborne Pathogen Training 2010. Advocate Condell EMS System Prepared by: Sharon Hopkins, RN, BSN, EMT-P. Objectives. Upon successful completion of this module the EMS provider will be able to: Define the mission of OSHA Describe what the OSHA Standard was designed for

By sandra_john
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1980-1990 Overview

1980-1990 Overview

Politics, World Events, Culture, & Sports. 1980-1990 Overview. US Politics . Presidential Election of 1980 Jimmy Carter v. Ronald Reagan Reagan ran a campaign focused on lowering taxes to stimulate the economy, less government interference, state’s rights, and stronger national defense.

By zelia
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Presented by:

Presented by:

GATEWAY DRUGS. & CURRENT TRENDS. Presented by:. Our Mission To reduce the impact of alcohol, drugs and other addictions by providing quality services to individuals, families and the community. Our Services Assessment & Referral Family and Education Services Prevention

By hugh
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Alcohol

Alcohol

Alcohol. Ephesians 5:18. Alcohol. Ethanol is the type of alcohol in alcoholic beverages It is a highly addictive drug that can be produced synthetically or naturally through fermentation Alcohol is a depressant that slows the central nervous system

By colin
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Alcohol, the impact on young lives and knowing the law. Stay safe and be healthy .

Alcohol, the impact on young lives and knowing the law. Stay safe and be healthy .

Tutor activity-during the week beginning Tues 5 th May Please go through the alcohol and the law slide so that all the students from Y7-11 are clear about this. Also there is a summary of the risks associated with alcohol abuse and some issues to apply thinking skills to.

By nerice
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Types of Medicines

Types of Medicines

Types of Medicines. Drug -a substance other than food that changes the way the body for mind functions. Medicine - a drug that prevents or cures a disease or relieves it’s symptoms. Prescription Drugs - Medicines that a person can get only by a doctor’s order.

By bryga
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Be Sure

Be Sure

Be Sure. To Stop. & Think. Before. You Take. t he Next. DRINK. 68.2%. According to the 2011 Core Alcohol and Drug Survey, what percentage of students refused a drink in the last 30 days?. Core Alcohol and Drug Survey , 2011.

By saber
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Short term affects of alcohol

Short term affects of alcohol

Short term affects of alcohol. By: Joshua Uscilka. Short term affects of alcohol. The drug alcohol is a central nervous system depressant with a range of side effects depending on the amount of consumption. Hydration plays a part in how fast the side effects of alcohol affect you.

By thea
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How Alcohol Affects You

How Alcohol Affects You

How Alcohol Affects You. By Bryan J. Gittins. What is Alcohol?. Alcohol is created when grains, fruits, or vegetables are fermented. (a process that uses yeast or bacteria to change the sugars in the food into alcohol).

By abedi
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Alcohol

Alcohol

Alcohol. Do You Know Which Is A Myth And Which Is A Fact About Alcohol ? 1. Alcohol has the same chemical and physical effect on everyone who drinks. 2. Someone who doesn’t act drunk isn’t drunk. 3. When a person is intoxicated, coffee, a cold shower, or fresh air will sober him or her up.

By lihua
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Under Age drinking

Under Age drinking

By: Abby, Fiona, Gabby, and Willa. Under Age drinking. L. Look for the facts. Look for the Facts.

By daryl
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Alcohol (Chapter 21)

Alcohol (Chapter 21)

Alcohol (Chapter 21). Alcohol is a depressant that slows down the CNS and affects every part of your body. The damage it does now can impact the rest of your life. What is it?

By caia
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Binge Drinking

Binge Drinking

Binge Drinking. The consumption of a large quantity of alcohol in a very short period of time. Five or more drinks for men. Four or more drinks for women. Dangers of Binge Drinking. Binge drinking leads to high-risk activities:

By nhu
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What is binge drinking?

What is binge drinking?

What is binge drinking?. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism defines binge drinking as a pattern of drinking that brings a person’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC) to 0.08 or above .

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46% of 16-18 year olds report drinking alcohol at least once a week.

46% of 16-18 year olds report drinking alcohol at least once a week.

46% of 16-18 year olds report drinking alcohol at least once a week. (Walker and Jones 246 ). “26 people under the age of 21 died from alcohol poisoning in 2004.”. (“Teens” 26). Fewer teen alcoholics are found in other countries. Barnes believes that this is due to a lower drinking age.

By said
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Alcohol Use/Abuse: What Every High School Student Should Know

Alcohol Use/Abuse: What Every High School Student Should Know

Alcohol Use/Abuse: What Every High School Student Should Know. Alexandra McGinn and Mandy Wylie UNB Year 3. Outline of Presentation. Talk about the dangers and realities of alcohol use. Discuss alcohol poisoning and what happens when someone is sent to the ER Alcohol abuse

By helen
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