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  • Alcohol Is The Cause Of Alcohol

    TRUTHS BEHIND IT ALL Alcohol is the number one leading cause of teen deaths in the United States. People who drink alcohol are at higher risks of getting in trouble with the law. Half of the people in jail and hospitals are in some way linked to alcohol use. In 1920 during the Prohibition Era people drank more than they had when there was no Prohibition. Alcohol has many after effects such as: damage to a person’s body, withdrawal, and both mental and physical effects. Family members going through this are four percent more likely to become an alcoholic than someone without a family member who is an alcoholic. INFORMATION ON ALCOHOLISM There are two major categories of Alcoholism. The author of the article “Alcoholism” states…

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  • Should Alcohol Be Banned?

    There is a lot of controversy about the topic alcohol itself. Should it be restricted? When people hear about the word alcohol, they think about parties, getting drunk, or as a teenager would say, getting “turnt”. But what if you ask teenagers, what are their thoughts about alcohol, their simple answer might just be, “it’s GREAT” or useful, or as an alcoholic would say, my life. If you asked the same audience what are their thoughts about alcohol abuse or drunk driving accidents, they might just…

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  • Responsible Drinking Of Alcohol

    For this post, we will discuss alcohol use and abuse. A. Discuss for suggestions that promote the responsible drinking of alcoholic beverages. There are multiple suggestions to promote a responsible drinking of alcoholic beverages. According to Levinthal (2014), an overwhelming proportion of the population drinks on occasion, enjoy the experiences, but have never engage in any violent or aggressive acts. People who never engage in violent or aggressive acts drink in moderate amounts, and avoid…

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  • Effects Of Alcohol Essay

    Alcohol Consumption and the Effects The consumption of alcohol began as early as 10 or 12 thousand B.C. Scientists have found evidence of Stone Age beer jugs in West Africa. In the Middle East origin, alcohol dates back to 4000 B.C. The first written record is located in China in 1116 B.C. The imperial Edict claimed that wine was a drink prescribed by heaven. Whether it is current or an old age tradition, alcohol has been around for centuries. It brings people together, forces people apart, and…

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  • Effects Of Alcohol Advertisements

    are one of the most advertised products in today’s culture. In fact according to a recent study at University of Texas at Austin “Spending on alcohol ads have shot up 400% over the last four decades.” (Kaufman). It is one thing for an adult of legal age to view alcohol ads in media, but when an adolescent is exposed to so much, it is detrimental to their development. Using statistics and studies on the effects of advertisements on youth it will be clear that alcohol…

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  • Alcohol Consumption Essay

    Alcohol consumption is the third leading actual cause of death in the United States. This actual cause of death leads to some of the leading deaths in the United States such as heart disease, cancer, and others. The main substance in alcohol that causes intoxication is ethanol. This ethanol and other substances found in alcohol acts as a depressant. A depressant means to negatively affect the functions of ones central nervous system. It is now the question that everyone would ask, why would…

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  • Effects Of Alcohol In Germany

    annually. Consumption of alcohol is a very popular pastime in the United States, also known as social drinking. There isn’t so much religion involved when it comes to alcohol in the U.S other than the fact that it’s an antidepressant and it’s a way to have fun and relax. It’s believed that 17.6 million adults in the United States are described as having an alcohol problem. About 90,000 deaths a year happen due to excessive alcohol abuse making it the third highest cause of death. Almost 7,000…

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  • Alcohol And Alcohol Abuse Essay

    countless deployments, and years of vigorous training to obtain this elite status. When all said and done, there is a larger problem then where they are going to be shipped off to next, or when their next training assignment is; it is the increase in drug and alcohol abuse. Being part of this elite force comes with a high set of standards and pressure from civilian society and in military rank. The “military world” and civilian world differ in ways that cannot…

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  • Alcohol And Academic Performance Essay

    According to the International Journal of Prevention Medicine (2013) the highest proportion of people with alcohol disorders are between 18 and 29 years, an age bracket that includes the majority of enrolled college students. Alcohol use within the college student population continues to be pervasive and a major concern among researchers, parents, and university faculty today. Annually, approximately one out of every three emergency room visits are ages distributed among the college age bracket…

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  • Persuasive Essay On The Dangers Of Alcohol

    speaking about the dangers of alcohol and why there needs to be a more focused campaign against alcoholism. There will be a focus on the health effects of alcohol, the deadliness of alcohol, the vehicular crashes alcohol causes, the homicides and sexual assaults alcohol causes, the third parties affected by alcoholism, and the major part of our culture alcohol has become. For centuries, people have been drinking alcohol and suffering the consequences without a second thought. It is now the…

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