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Angelone, D. J., Mitchell, D. & Pilafova, A. (2007) Club drug use and intentionality in perceptions of rape victims. Sex Roles, 57, 283-292. This exploratory study investigated the influence of GHB use versus alcohol and intentionality on observer's feelings toward the victim and the perpetrator in a male-female rape scenario. The sample in this study consisted of 198 undergraduate students from a Northeastern college; the sample contained 130 females and was almost 80% Caucasian. The participants ranged in age from 18-48 but the mean was 19. Participants read one of four vignettes where a college female had attended a party and had ingested GHB or Everclear, a type of grain alcohol. In
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People that do drugs or drink heavily can pass out and wake up in some random place and don’t know how they got there. They also probably have a bottle of beer in their hands or some marijuana. That is addiction. Millions of people are addicts to different things like alcohol, drugs and other things. They get drunk or high and lose control, and poof, next thing they know they are laying in the middle of the road or in an ambulance. Addiction can majorly affect your health. Addiction is the uncontrollable use of a mind- altering substance or behavior that harms your physical, mental and spiritual health. Health is balancing our physical, mental and spiritual health using the four daily
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Role Play – Family Dinner
You want to move into your own apartment, partly because you have a secret boyfriend called Lester.... You need your parents to help pay the rent, so you want them to support you with 500 $ a month. You know Brad doesn’t want you to work in a super market because he spends most of his spare time shoplifting
You want Jennifer to move out so you can convert her room into a bar/pool room. You think she could find a job in a super market and pay her own rent.
You want your sister to move out so you can have her room. You know about her secret boyfriend, he is called Lester. You will be happy to give up your piano lessons (50
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A class is chemical compounds, all if which consists of chemically bonded atoms of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen all alcohol molecules contain at least one hydroxyl group. When people say alcohol they usually think of beer, wine, or liquor, but there are several types of alcohol.
An alcoholic beverage is a drink that contains ethyl alcohol. They are mostly made of grains or from grapes or other fruits. There are two main groups fermented and distilled drinks. Fermented drinks contain from five percent to twenty percent ethyl alcohol. Distilled contains twelve percent to fifty-five percent or more ethyl alcohol.
The consumption of beverages containing alcohol has been practiced in all parts
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Alcohol Advertising and Youth: A Measured Approach
August 13, 2012
The Center on Alcohol Marketing also known as “CAMY” has conducted research on alcohol advertising and our youth. CAMY was created to monitor alcohol company marketing practices in the U.S. The exposure to our youth is through television, radio, magazines and on the internet. The research shows that alcohol companies have deliberately placed advertising where our youth is exposed instead of gearing their advertising towards legal drinking adults.
Alcohol consumption among our youth is an international public health crisis. Hastings has analyzed the exposure of
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Alcohol and Drug Addiction
This paper is a reflection of addiction in the United States and the statistics that prove addiction is a major issue within the country. Discussed in the paper will be first the primary causes of addiction and risk factors that may lead to an addiction in an individual. Going further into the problem, the cycle of addiction and how to break free of the cycle and an individual’s addiction is talked about. Since there are different drugs that can cause addiction, a breakdown of certain drugs is given. These drugs include alcohol, prescription drugs, heroin, and marijuana. Next, the side effects of drug addiction to the drugs chosen
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Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) is one of the leading causes of birth defects in the United States. Moreover, FAS appears to be the most common cause of preventable mental retardation. (“Fetal Alcohol Syndrome”, n.d.) Each year between 5,000 and 12,000 American babies are born with the condition. (“Fetal Alcohol Syndrome”, n.d.)Thus, each year roughly 5,000 to 12,000 American children are entering into the educational system. (“Fetal Alcohol Syndrome”, n.d.) Therefore, our nations public schools should be both properly funded and prepared in the classroom to educate children with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. (“Fetal Alcohol Syndrome”, n.d.)
Overview of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
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NUTRITION FOR THE ELDERLY: Nutrition is the intake of food, considered in relation to the body’s dietary needs. Good nutrition is essential for survival, physical growth, performance, health and well-being across the entire life-span. A good nutrition adequate well balanced diet combined with regular physical activity is a cornerstone of good health. While poor nutrition can lead to reduced immunity, increased susceptibility to disease, impaired physical and mental development, and reduced productivity. Many elderly people have unique barriers
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Nine point six percent of adult drinkers met the clinical criteria for alcohol abuse or dependency. It is not very easy to tell an alcoholic just by looking at them. But, there are many signs and symptoms you can look for when trying to identify alcohol dependency. Alcoholism effects many relationships, and the lives of your loved ones directly and indirectly. Though everything seems good to the alcoholic many things are heavily effected. There are a variety of things that could cause alcoholism but also many underlying causes that the person does not consider. People seek a wide variety methods to get clean
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Chapter 20 section 3
PROHIPITION & CRIME
Banning of alcohol use was since the early 1800’s. Temperance reformers had reformed against alcohol. By 1917 75% of Americans lived in “dry” counties that had banned alcohol. World War 1 also supported for temperance it seemed unpatriotic to use corn, wheat and barley to make alcohol when soldiers overseas needed bread.
In 1919 the states then ratified the Eighteenth Amendment to the constitution, which was the banning of alcoholic beverages. It forbade the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcohol anywhere in the United States. This amendment had been passed largely on the strength of rural votes. Then congress passed the
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Alcohol is a dangerous substance that many people find themselves associated with everyday. While some people will not have a problem with drinking alcohol and only do so on occasion, many more people struggle with alcohol abuse and addiction everyday.
There are many different definitions of alcohol abuse. It depends on what group you ask because each group will say something different. For example, to many students in high school and college, “heaving drinking that leads to vomiting [or blacking out] is not alcohol abuse but simply having a good time and being one of the gang”(1). However, according to religious people, drinking alcohol is not just alcohol abuse, but
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Professor Dr. Lee Vukich and Professor Dr. Steve Vandegriff, “Disturbing Behavior: 53 Alarming Trends of Teens and how to Spot Them.” The Disturbing behavior that I identified for the purpose of this paper is “Smoking Alcohol.”
II. Disturbing behavior: smoking ALCOHOL
Growing up in the 80s and 90s there was a clear distinction between smoking drugs, such as “Trees” or “Green” as we used to call weed, and drinking alcohol. They smoked one, and drank the other; the lines never got crossed. Even though, I was a “Sober Body” that’s a term that my friends called me, because I didn’t get high, i.e., drink, smoke, or use drugs, but I was around it all the time because of my friends use of
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Alcohol fermentation is done by yeast and some kinds of bacteria.
These microorganisms convert sugars in ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide.
Alcoholic fermentation begins after glucose enters the cell.
The glucose is broken down into pyruvic acid.
This pyruvic acid is then converted to CO2, ethanol, and energy for the cell.
Humans have long taken advantage of this process in making bread, beer, and wine.
In these three product the same microorganism is used: the common yeast or Saccharomyces Cerevisae
During the fermentation process of bread, sugar is converted into alcohol and carbon dioxide.
The carbon dioxide will form bubbles
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SUBMITTED TO PROFESSOR RUSH
THEO 330 – B02
29 Jun 2014
The abuse of alcohol is a problem in our society; a social disorder that causes physical and emotional injuries to people and family life. Alcohol is the oldest drug around. It is also the most widely-used and almost 50 percent of people aged 12 and over have consumed alcohol in the United States. Most people are able to consume alcohol responsibly. However, for one reason or another, some people abuse alcohol and develop addictions.
Alcohol can destroy persons who depend on its effects to solve their problems. Not only does the use of alcohol create serious health
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Should it be illegal for a pregnant woman to consume alcohol? Consider the legal and health ramifications of your answer.
Allow me to start by saying, that I am unequivocally against drinking alcohol while pregnant. There is no reason for a woman who is foreseeing having a newborn child or already pregnant to drink. Drinking while pregnant can cause many different defects to an unborn baby. Talking from an utilitarian point of view, I would say that she is doing harm to an anticipated individual. Many children have develop Fetal Alcohol Syndrome due to mothers exposing their unborn child to frequent alcohol abuse.
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome is a condition that results from alcohol
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ADDICTION TO ALCOHOL
COM 220 RESEARCH WRITING
3-01-10 TO 5-02-10
The clutches that alcohol has on those dependent on it can make fleeing from it very difficult and, at times, almost impossible. Some people are able to have one or two drinks and stop - then there are those that do not know when to stop or who must drink on a regular basis. It is common for people to drink at social functions or with meals, but getting together with friends or family does not mean that alcoholic drinks need to be served
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Assessment of Alcoholic living in a Family
Individuals addicted to alcohol are threatened with increased risk of health problems, including liver cirrhosis, cardiovascular diseases, and fetal abnormalities. Additionally, substance abuse can lead to automobile collisions, violence, and injuries. Alcohol can influence worker’s productivity, family problems, or school performance. According to Alcohol Research and Health (2000), “the United States and other countries have expended considerable effort throughout this century to develop and refine effective strategies to limit the negative impact of alcohol” (p. 5). The epidemiological research has also revealed positive correlation between
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Here in America alcohol is used for many different reasons. Some drink alcohol
leisurely at a barbeque or party. Some drink it to get drunk and alleviate stress,
some people even become so addicted they are physically dependent on consuming
alcohol. Regardless of the reasons you drink it, legally you must be 21 years of age.
This leaves a lot of room for heated debate.
21 is the magic age for youth, it allows you to now go out to night clubs, gamble,
and of course buy and legally consume alcohol to name a few things. In regards to
alcohol, many feel as if the age should be 18. As the man in the video was arguing, if
you’re able to
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Prohibition was intended to rid the world of the vices of alcohol, by outlawing its consumption and access to the common man. Alcoholism is defined as “a preoccupation with alcohol and impaired control over alcohol intake. Alcoholism is a chronic, often progressive disease. Left untreated, alcoholism can be fatal (Mayo Clinic, 2007).” Prohibition was a thirteen year experiment by the government of the United States to control the behavior and actions of the people. The results of this experiment were flagrantly negative due to poor planning and underachieving efforts on the part of the government to properly compensate for the efficiency and effectiveness of organized crime and bootleggers
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research done over the years, and people have become more aware of the problems that alcohol can pose. There have been many regulations and laws introduced by the government to try and reduce the health risks that come with alcohol. One law in Canada is the “Last call” law which prohibits serving alcohol between certain times. In Ontario last call is at 2:00am, and alcohol may not be sold again until 11:00am. This is done to lower traffic accidents, violence, and alcohol related health problems. There are also strict regulations regarding minors and alcohol. A person cannot buy alcohol until they are 19, and punishments for adults buying alcohol for minors is severe. On top of the laws, and
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Abstract: This is a case study regarding the effects of chronic alcohol abuse in Patient F43, F referring to the patient’s gender as Female; 43 referring to the age of the patient. Patient F43’s problems with alcohol are further complicated by anorexia nervosa, depression, and bipolar disorder, all of which were known to exist before any problems associated with drinking had developed. As a result of chronic alcohol abuse, Patient F43 is exhibiting signs of alcohol dementia and Korsakoff Syndrome, a brain disorder associated with the thiamine deficiency as a result of long-term heavy drinking. A reliance on primary and secondary evidence from renowned medical and psychological
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4. Mr. Underhill could have had a heart attack or stroke with the mixture of high blood pressure, the medicine, and the alcohol. Mrs. Underhill on the other hand might have fainted and drowned.
5. I feel like the Underhill’s drowned. The alcohol would have dehydrated them as well as the hot tub. They could have passed out causing them to drown.
1. I think Mr. Underhill started dying before he got in the hot tub. The alcohol and the medicine is not a good mixture. I feel like Mrs. Underhill died while she was in the hot tub
2. Mr. Underhill could have felt any of these side effects due to the medicine. Muscle cramps, weakness, dizziness, thirst, headache, and vomiting. He was a sitting duck as soon as he mixed this with alcohol.
3. BAC is the amount of alcohol in the bloodstream. The legal limit for this is .08
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Should Tobacco and Liquor Adverts be allowed on Television?
Promotion of alcoholic beverages and tobacco through media has been there for a long time. Along with tobacco advertising, it is one of the most highly regulated forms of marketing even though these are legal substances. Over the years, there has been debate about these adverts whether they influence the young generation decision to drink and smoke despite being illegal to sell alcohol or tobacco products to youths under 21 years. This is because many teenagers spend a significant part of the day watching television therefore coming across a few alcohol and tobacco adverts per day. This is one area
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Unit 1 Case Study
F.C. is a 54-year-old man with a history of chronic heavy alcohol use. He has frequent bouts of gastrointestinal bleeding for which he has been hospitalized on six separate occasions over the years. He continues to drink and exhibits most of the common manifestations of alcoholic cirrhosis. He was recently hit by a car and was hospitalized for a broken leg. He appeared to be under the influence of alcohol at the time of the accident and had a blood alcohol level of 0.18. F.C.’s family reports that his mental functioning has deteriorated significantly over the past few months.
1. What are the common manifestations of alcoholic cirrhosis? Which
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to be trusted with the safety of the country, why not be trusted enough to consume alcohol? This has been the subject of rife debate in recent times, as either side puts arguments and counterarguments forth.
A 2008 article authored by John Cloud headlined “Should the Drinking Age Be Lowered?” published on Friday, June in Time argues that the legal drinking age should remain steady at 21, and should not be lowered to 18 as critics would like to have it. A particular statement that tickles my fancy was “It’s unclear why shifting the venue of drinking from frat houses to bars will help solve the problem of hard-core student drinking” (Cloud, 2008). Although Cloud presents a
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Drugs and College Students
Drugs and College Student
In today’s society there are a number of college students and teens, who misuse prescription drugs for nonmedical reasons along with street drugs such as marijuana, ecstasy, heroin and steroids. Drugs and alcohol use on college campuses is universal. This has been an epidemic that has grown across the United States.
According to Yusko,Buckman, White, and Pandina; alcohol and drug use in college is one of the more serious problems faced by colleges today .Another study stated that 90 percent of teens said they have used alcohol, over 50 percent have used marijuana, 17 percent
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On the late night of September 13, 1986, there was a fatal car accident involving eight teenagers. Theresa Conroy and Christine M. Johnson discussed the crash in their article “A Drunken Ride, a Tragic Aftermath”. The eight students attended or graduated from William Tennent High School in Waminster, Pennsylvania. In the crash there were many factors in which caused the accident. For instances, the number of people in an five seated car, the amount of alcohol consumed, the party the students attended before the accident, and the students actions in the car. When asked who’s to blame the parents point fingers at everyone, but do we know who’s to blame?
When the question “Who’s to blame
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Growing up not interested in alcohol
If you do not drink or get drunk, it is as if you are not a part of everyone else because most people do not think you can have a fun Friday night or weekend at a party without alcohol.
When I grew up, it was not as if alcohol was a bad thing in my home, but it was never the big thing to talk about, when it was things you were not allowed, if you were underage. My parents are not big drinkers, not even at parties, but when they got something to drink I was allowed to taste and that was when I found out, that I did not like the taste of alcohol. And after that I could not understand why people drank it if it tasted horrible.
When I got confirmed
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“The Drinking World”
“The Drinking World”
A).Workers under the influence.
B). Identifying the risks
C).Factors In Employee Drinking
D) Solutions and Statistics
ll. Alcohol in the workplace has become a problem for many businesses.
A).Problem areas that workers have under the influence
B) Cause and effects being under the influence.
C). EAP Employee Assistance Program.
lll. Why do we work under the influence?
A). Disciplinary procedures, accidents, death, poor decision making
B) Sleeping on the job, loss of production, hang over
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Student corner n°1
Drinking and driving
October 18, 2011, The NY times
Friends Still Let Friends Drive Drunk
By BARRON H. LERNER, M.D.
On Sept. 15, Matthew Grape, 21, got into the passenger seat of a car with one of his Duke University fraternity brothers. The driver hit a tree, escaping with minor injuries, but killing his dear friend. According to local press reports, the driver was charged with impaired driving.
Nearly 11,000 deaths related to alcohol-impaired driving still occur each year in the United States, despite a three-decade surge in anti-drunken driving activism, stricter laws and clever slogans like “Friends don’t let friends drive drunk.” There are more
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hectolitres from 2012. Cooler sales increased by 4% between 2012 and 2013. Wine and spirits sales were close behind, each increasing by 2%.
Consumer Price Index figures from Statistics Canada show Canada’s overall inflation in 2013 rose by 1.2%. In the beverage alcohol category, beer prices rose more than spirits and wine. Retail prices for spirits increased 1.6%, wine rose 1.4% and beer increased 2.1%.
The Canadian Brewing Industry
Each year, the Canadian brewing industry contributes more than $14 billion to the domestic economy. According to Statistics Canada, that is more than three times the economic impact of the spirits and wine industry combined.
The economic impact
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Lowering the drinking age from 21 to 18 |
Sociology 100 |
John Max |
Professor Taylor, Grace
Individuals born prior to 1966 had the right to drink alcohol legally in the United States at the age of 18. In 1984 the United States changed its legal drinking age from 18 to 21. The legal drinking age in the United States of America should be lowered from the age of 21 to the age 18. Americans today are mature enough at the age of 18 to drink responsibly. Lowering the drinking age from 21 to 18 will have a positive outcome for American society.
Lowering the legal drinking age affects the country as a whole, as well as
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Tobacco and alcohol are legal in our country and controlled and distributed by our government yet there are more deaths related to tobacco and alcohol compared to marijuana; therefore, the laws against personal marijuana use does not make sense and marijuana should be legalized.
• “Marijuana is far less dangerous than alcohol or tobacco. Around 50,000 people die each year from alcohol poisoning. Similarly, more than 400,000 deaths each year are attributed to tobacco smoking. By comparison, marijuana is nontoxic and cannot cause death by overdose.” (5)
• “Marijuana is the third most popular recreational drug in America (behind only alcohol and tobacco), and has been used
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, occasional or irregular bouts of heavy drinking or drinking to deliberately get drunk.” (DrinkWise) The growing trend of binge drinking has led it to become a social concern for Australia., especially in the younger generation. According to the Australia Bureau of statistics, “In 2011-12 almost three times as many men than women aged 18 years and over consumed alcohol in quantities that posed a health risk over their lifetime (29% compared to 10% respectively)…” (ABS) The problem with binge drinking is that it can cause many different health problems, such as short-term or long-term health problems. Some short-term health problems caused by binge drinking are hangovers, headaches, nausea
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Name of student
Name of professor
The purpose of the study was to determine whether managers who take alcohol perform below standard the following day as a result of a hangover. The idea was out of a past research that had shown that there is a considerable underperformance by managers who consume considerable amounts of alcohol (Streufert et al., 1141, 1995).
The authors came up with only one hypothesis. The hypothesis was that complex decision-making by persons who consume a moderate amount if alcohol does not get impaired by hangover resulting from the previous day drinking. The researchers concluded that alcohol hangover do not affect the level of decision
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Amanda Wants Help
Axia College of University of Phoenix
Amanda Wants Help
At 30, Amanda has been abusing different types of substances for about 15 years. Today, she has nicotine, alcohol, and pain medication addictions; and her habits are taking a toll on her health and lifestyle, as currently, she can neither hold a job nor pay her bills. Clearly, Amanda needs help; however, for any support system to have an effect, the addict must express a desire for changing his or her circumstances. In this case, Amanda wants help, so as part of her support system, finding the appropriate recovery program for her will be crucial.
Besides the pain medication, drinking
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Abuse vs Substance Use Disorder
In discussing the difference between abuse and substance use disorder one must first look at the definitions of both. Abuse is considered the overindulgence in or dependence on an addictive substance, especially alcohol or drugs. However, substance abuse disorder is a condition in which the use of one or more substances leads to a clinically significant impairment or distress to an individual. One can abuse alcohol or drugs and not become addicted, however SUD’s are generally seen in addiction of drugs or alcohol. (Doweiko, 2015) While this essay mainly hits on drugs and alcohol, there are so many more types of abuse/addiction such as pornography, over
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February 9, 2016
Principles of Public Speaking
What I see as the biggest challenges young adults face today:
A. General Purpose – To let my audience know what issues young adults face in the world today.
B. Specific Purpose – To make sure that young adults know that the issues that I will portray to them can be overcome by doing the right thing.
C. Central Idea – To let young adults know by doing the right thing and following the rules can lead to better success in life.
A. Being pressured to graduate high school and become successful
B. The negative impact of social media
C. Alcohol and drugs
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Breast cancer is a kind of cancer that develops from breast cells. Breast cancer usually starts off in the inner lining of milk ducts or the lobules that supply them with milk. A malignant tumor can spread to other parts of the body.
* Possible causes:
* Having a personal history of breast cancer
* Starting menstruation (periods) before age 12
* Having radiation to your chest
* Drinking alcohol
* Being overweight or obese
* Possible treatment:
* Alcohol consumption - women who drink in moderation, or do not drink alcohol at all, are less likely to develop breast cancer compared to those who drink large amounts regularly. Moderation means no
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, disrupts family and social life and creates different sort of unpleasant situations.
According to the alcohol and smoking, it’s everywhere. People on the Internet, actors in movies and glamorous models in magazines are often shown smoking and drinking. Even every day people on the street can be seen lighting up a cigarette or ordering cocktails with their meals. Most people know that bad things happen when you do drugs. But actually tobacco and alcohol are classified as types of drugs because they are highly addictive. Unfortunately, a lot of children see their parents smoking and it never occurred to them that it’s very harmful. To be exact, it can increase blood pressure or you will be
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SNACK at Dairy Queen
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Blizzard 710 28
TOTAL FOR EVENING SNACK 710 28
TOTAL FOR THE DAY 2790 130
MARTHA’S RECOMMENDED AMOUNT OF THESE NUTRIENTS 1800 60
The amount that Martha is above or below the recommended amount Above Above
PART 2: (20 pts) Alcohol Use
Go to the web site for the Mayo Clinic: www.mayoclinic.com/health/alcoholism/DS00340
Read the entire section on alcoholism that includes definition, symptoms, causes, risk factors, when to seek medical advice, tests & diagnosis, complications, treatment & drugs, prevention and coping & support. You will be asked to identify 10 facts that you learned from reading this information.
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getting involved. Why change something that appears to be working. Young people might like a beer at 18 but young people don't vote.
77% of Americans are opposed to lowering the drinking age to 18 according to a 2007 Gallop poll.
Research shows that the law saves lives. It is one of the most researched public health laws on the books. When the law was raised to 21, alcohol-related deaths for young people decreased; when it was lowered, deaths increased.
Scientific research about brain development and function, traffic accident records and population death rates show clearly that 18-21 year-olds handle alcohol poorly.
The idea is strongly opposed by social and religious conservatives, parts of
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illicit drugs during the month preceding a study in 2004. Children get exposed to drugs and drug use in high school and even in middle school. The growing problem can be seen from the number of pounds of illegal drugs seized by the U.S. Customs Service. On March 22, 2007 the U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration seized a ship carrying more than 42,800 pounds of cocaine. This was the single largest maritime drug seizure in U.S. history, but it represents just a fraction of the drugs that actually enter the U.S.
How Does Addiction Start?
Curiosity and peer pressure are two of the leading reasons why people experiment with tobacco, alcohol, and drugs. Sometimes
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Crime and Criminology JUS110
December 13, 2013
Rebellion, Growing Pains or Juvenile Delinquents
Thinking back to the time of Classic Rock and Roll, Elvis, Buddy Holly, Dirty Dancing, and a faraway land called Viet Nam. Viet Nam affected families; fathers, brothers, children were dying and the age of the innocence was lost forever. Juveniles began a culture of their own, smoking, drinking alcohol, using drugs to attain a mental or in some cases a physical high to ease their pain of loss. This behavior began as a way of coping with their pain, when they realized this made them feel good, they wanted to
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CRIMINAL LAW FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE
A dram shop is a drinking establishment where liquors are sold to be drunk on the premises. Dram shop Acts are laws created by state legislatures to make bars and strictly liable for injuries stemming from the sale of alcoholic beverages.
Dram shop actions are actions for personal injuries and/or property damage arising out of the unlawful furnishing of alcohol by a retail liquor licensee. However, vicarious liability is the liability which falls on one person as a result of an action of another.
In modern dram shop lawsuits, dispensing alcohol to minors poses the greatest risk of liability because many courts permit recovery even though
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studies carried out in the region regarding drug abuse. A 1996 study of eight cities in seven provinces of China showed that over a half of heroin abusers are below 25 years of age. A school survey conducted in 1999 among students aged 12 to 21 years, in Vientiane, reported 4.8 per cent lifetime abuse for ATS.
In India an NGO survey revealed that 63.6 % of patients coming in for treatment were introduced to drugs at a young age below 15 years. According to another report 13.1% of the people involved in drug and substance abuse in India, are below 20 years. Heroin, Opium, Alcohol, Cannabis and Propoxyphene are the five most common drugs being abused by children in India. A survey shows that
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paying taxes and taking care of their families and children. Instead they are arrested and treated like lawbreakers, simply because of their choice to smoke marijuana. Consequently many children of smokers are placed in homes, which takes more tax dollars and suffrage towards families. This creates a problem towards the criminal justice system. As the community we to consider the public view towards the issue and create laws to decriminalize marijuana. Responsible marijuana smokers are not the problem and we should pass laws to help support it.
Marijuana is less dangerous to consume for your health than tobacco and alcohol. According to the National Institution on Drug abuse
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are 50 states that each has their own state government. Since you live in Utah lets cover that state. Utah has an elected Governor and a very similar congress that runs very closely to the federal government where they set rules which are called laws.
In Utah the laws can be somewhat restrictive on different types of businesses. In other states businesses have the ability to sell alcohol pretty freely in most stores. Utah is among a handful of states that regulates the sale of alcohol through a state ran alcohol beverage commission. Some believe that this stifles real free enterprise. This is what we call a mixed economy where the government gets involved in what should be private enterprise.
The government also issues government backed securities into the market system so some investors have a way to invest in secure investments versus in a total free market economy investors usually have to invest in public companies with their investments.
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is a part of the (Czech) pilsner beer family which is the most widely consumed beer in the world. It contains 5% alcohol by volume. Edel pils is available in different packages: 0.33 L and 0.5 L cans, 0.3 L and 0.5 L bottles, and 20 L and 50 L barrels.
In order to clarify the relative position of Alfa in the market, it is important to define the market:
Product Form Competition
Pilsner – For most people, Alfa is easily substitutable by other pilsners. The need for Alfa pilsner can often be satisfied by many other pilsner brands.
Beer – Other types of beer provide the same basic function as pilsner: they fulfill the need for a tasty beer and/or alcohol
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Driving under the Influence
Driving Under the Influence (DUI) has been and is increasingly becoming more of a problem on the leading cause of vehicular deaths. This research paper will cover multiple areas of this issue such as National Statistics on DUI’s, The second most cause of DUI’s aside alcohol, How big the problem is getting, Who is most at risk, Particularly how it effects individuals in the military, both criminally and long term and last, The program M.A.D.D. (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) and how this programs helps the community.
As I mentioned before, the issue of DUI’s is becoming more of an issue every day and it is not getting any better. There is this