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    Alcohol and Alcohol Abuse

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    Alcohol, also known as the party juice, There is a lot of debate going on about alcohol and what the drinking age in the U.S. should be. The U.S. is the only country in the world that has the drinking age being twenty-one as to everywhere else, for example in Europe, where it is eighteen. Even though a lot of people want the drinking age to be lowered to eighteen so they could purchase the alcohol legally, it’s sadly not going to happen. I am neutral in the debate since I see just as many pros as

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    The Abuse of Alcohol

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    The use of alcohol has been around since pre-biblical times. Since then alcohol has been consumed at dinners, parties, in clubs, and some religious practices. The problem with our society and the way in which it consumes alcohol is that it is no longer drank for the taste, or the pleasure of the socializing time that is rarely accompanied with it anymore, but it is used more often for the effects it has on the mind and body. This is the result of the high availability that people have to it.

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    Alcohol Abuse

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    today's modern society alcohol addiction and alcohol abuse has become one of the most complex, life-threatening issues. Most depressed individuals usually indulge themselves in bars or pubs with their alcohols to escape from their stressful life. It has become increasingly alarming how alcohol does not only attract the adults, but also teenagers these days. "Research has shown that approximately 14 million Americans (7.4%) of the population meet the diagnostic criteria for alcohol abuse or alcoholism" ("Facts

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    Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse

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    mortality rates due to alcohol-related accidents and health issues are close to 35,000” (“Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse"). This fact explains how many problems come along with alcohol abuse, and tell about health issues and accidents that could be caused by alcohol. Alcohol can be very dangerous and threaten the lives of people even if they are not the one consuming alcohol. Wrecks often happen and kill innocent people as a result of people drinking and driving. There are many alcohol related deaths in

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    When someone is facing a problem with alcohol or uncontrolled consumption of alcoholic beverages which can lead to health, personal relationships, and social standing is called Alcoholism. Every alcoholism addict has different causes that lead him or her to that situation. Similar to drug addiction, when it develops over a period of time it became a very serious problem. Alcohol abuse and addiction are very serious medical conditions must be treated by chemical dependency specialists. There are

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    college alcohol abuse

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    While many students may view drinking as a normal part of a social life during college, alcohol use can get quickly out of hand and result in various life changing alcohol-related problems. Alcohol abuse is a common occurrence on college campuses and is a widespread problem in which the public is constantly attempting to change by evaluating social factors involved that might be responsible. Even though parents and college officials are partly responsible for the student’s drinking habits, it

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    Alcohol Abuse

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    Alcohol Abuse Alcohol is liquid distilled product of fermented fruits; grains and vegetables used as solvent, antiseptic and sedative moderate potential for abuse. Possible effects are intoxication, sensory alteration, and/or anxiety reduction. Symptoms of overdose staggering, odor of alcohol on breathe, loss of coordination, slurred speech, dilated pupils, fetal alcohol syndrome (in babies), and/or nerve and liver damage. Withdrawal Syndrome is first sweating, tremors, and then altered perception

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    Introduction: Alcohol is one of the most widely used and abused drug in the world. I decided to write about this topic because there are several people who drink alcohol. My family is from Mexico and it is very common for men to drink alcohol. During social events, especially family gatherings, all of the men drink excessively. One person may notice that everybody is drinking so they feel pressured to drink, so they will not feel left out or be made fun of. For many members in my family, drinking

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    Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse

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    million people have an addiction to alcohol. This drug can be a mild to chronic addiction and sometimes can turn out fatal for some people (Chakraburtty). Almost 100,000 people have died from overusing this drug (Chakraburtty). Alcoholism and alcohol abuse is not only damaging emotionally, physically, and mentally to the person who is doing it, but to the people around them as well. Both alcoholism and alcohol abuse are each categorized as different cases. Alcohol abuse is different from alcoholism because

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    alcohol abuse

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    Alcoholism is an overwhelming desire to drink alcohol, even though it is causing harm. Alcohol is a drug. In the United States alcoholism is the most widespread form of drug abuse, effecting at least 5 million people. About one third of high school students in the US are thought to be influenced drinkers. Many already may be alcoholics. A person who is dependent on alcohol is called an alcoholic. Drunk drivers account for one half of all fatal automobile accidents each year in the US. Alcoholism

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