Alcohol 101 update

Alcohol 101 update - ALCOHOL:101 Whoarewe ADAwGS Alcohol...

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ALCOHOL: 101   How much do you really know?
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Who are we? A lcohol D rug Aw areness G enerated S tudents A D Aw G S
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Question 1 TRUE or FALSE Alcohol is a stimulant drug.
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ANSWER FALSE Alcohol is a depressant. 
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Question 2 TRUE or FALSE Alcohol is digested in the same way food is.
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ANSWER FALSE Because alcohol is readily soluble in water and doesn’t need to be digested, it immediately begins absorption and distribution into the bloodstream. Highest levels of blood alcohol concentration occur 30-90 minutes after drinking. Effects vary according to sex, weight, amount of alcohol consumed & food (if any) consumed
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Question 3 TRUE or FALSE Moderate consumption of alcoholic  beverages is generally not harmful  to the body.
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ANSWER TRUE More than 5 drinks for males and 4  drinks for females is considered  dangerous drinking.
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What is a drink???
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When a person drinks up to and a little  beyond their tolerance level, the body  adapts and the tolerance level increases. As tolerance increases, a person needs 
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2011 for the course PUBLIC HEA 321 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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Alcohol 101 update - ALCOHOL:101 Whoarewe ADAwGS Alcohol...

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