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  • Tragedy's Addiction To Alcohol

    Created in Greece around 2700 B.C.- the first alcoholic drink. Greek literature contained many warnings that made them excessively against drinking. In the sixteenth century, alcohol was used for medical purposes only. For thousands of years, alcohol was used to make fermented grain, fruit juice, and honey. (Alcohol 1) After the production of gin in Britain, alcoholism became a worldwide tradition. After alcoholism became widespread, fifteen million Americans suffered from addiction to alcohol.…

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  • Bottled Water Research Paper

    to sodas and other drinks that are readily available. No matter how many disadvantages water bottles have, the benefits of bottled water far outweigh the costs. The water bottle is a very practical invention that provides clean, highly regulated drinking water. The idea of water being stored in mass produced plastic bottles is very pragmatic. Take for example, some region is…

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  • Drunk Driving Awareness Research Paper

    the future generation to help reduce the amount of drunk driving accidents Although drinking seems like the cool thing to do while teens are in high school, it’s really one of the dumbest things to do. This is because teens are pressured into doing something that they are not comfortable with. I mean the only people who should be comfortable with getting drunk are adults, such as your parents. Underage drinking can get some minors in serious crimes and can get on their permanent record…

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  • First Body Paragraph Essay

    1st Body Paragraph: (Associated Violent Behavior) If the drinking age is lowered, domestic violence would become more common in American homes, since a lower drinking age will only elevate the risk of alcohol-fueled domestic violence. According to a study conducted by researchers, it has been proven that alcohol consumption is a key factor and cause of domestic violence and that drinking by either the female or male partner increases the chance of relationship problems and aggressive behavior.…

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  • Social Norms Essay

    Studies suggest that drinking among college students stems from several factors including peer pressure and easy access to alcohol, as well as influence by media and perceived social…

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  • Alcohol Persuasive Speech

    As for the dangers associated with drinking alcohol, it can destroy your liver, binge drinking alcohol can cause blackouts, which can damage your brain, among other things that can damage your brain. Alcohol causes higher blood pressure, which makes you more prone to a heart attack. There’s also the danger of getting alcohol poisoning from drinking too much. You may get seizures, vomiting, trouble with breathing, slower heart rate, extremely…

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  • Cause And Effect Essay On Alcohol And The Human Brain

    While many find drinking to be enjoyable, the costs of alcohol misuse and drunk driving are dangerous and often deadly. Teenagers and young adults who are already prone to overindulgence and poor judgement should not have the ability to easily obtain reality altering substances like alcohol. One common misconception about alcohol and the human brain is that it has little to no effect on the way it functions. However, alcohol and other depressants measurably slow down the brain and nervous…

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  • Media Influence On College Students

    their judgement of others’ drinking, because they are more familiar with a larger whole of the total student population. Underage drinking is also a cause of greater risk of developing future alcohol problems such as, alcoholism, depression, anxiety and general health issues. Binge Drinking can also cause stress to the human body, such as, kidney damage, liver damage and brain damage. It is said…

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  • Cost Of Water In Rural China

    water is an extreme scarce resource due to pollution, unequal distribution of water, which leads to the increase of cost for water. The Chinese government begins to emphasize of safe and affordable water in rural parts of China, pledges to solve the drinking water issue by the end of 2015, which many Chinese scholars criticize it…

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  • Alcohol Consumption In Australia

    Consumption of alcohol is predominant within Australia and entwined with many social and cultural activities (AIHW, 2013). It has been shown that the consumption of daily drinking has however declined between 2010 and 2013 by 7.2% to 6.2% this was also shown to be at its lowest level since 1991 (AIHW, 2013). During 2010 and 2013, there was a large increase in the proportion of people who had never consumed a full serve of alcohol from 12.1% to 13.8%, where as younger generations are increasing…

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