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    Alcohol Consumption

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    Alcohol Consumption As we discussed in class, there is a concept that each individual has more than one "self." An individual has both a physical "self" and a mental or emotional "self." I will give you an example to illustrate this concept. Many people who wake up to an alarm in the morning often find it very difficult to get themselves out of bed. They may know that they will be late for class or for work if they stay in bed but their bodies are in need of more sleep. This is an example of

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    Alcohol Consumption in College Incomplete Paper Alcoholic beverages such as beer can cause problems for many people throughout life, but for college aged people alcohol can cause the worst. In college most people are being out on their own for the first time ever and having that freedom they have never had. Some problems caused by alcohol in college are, missing an assignment or class, or even death. Drinking a beer a day has been found healthy, but in college that is never the case.

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    Alcohol Consumption Can a certain amount of drinks per day make a person develop bad habits? Does it affect everybody that consumes it? Can the consumption of alcohol lead to obesity? Obesity is a very serious problem here in the U.S, More than one-third (34.9% or 78.6 million) of U.S. adults are obese. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIH), “In 2014, 87.6 percent of people ages 18 or older reported that they drank alcohol at some point in their lifetime; 71.0

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    Alcohol Consumption

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    Alcohol consumption poses a threat for many public health harms. Impaired driving is one of the largest contributors to motor vehicle crashes (Burris, Grunwald, Anderson, & Filippoli, 2011). In the United States each year roughly 13,400 people die and an additional 255,500 are injured in motor vehicle crashes involving an alcohol-impaired driver according to Burris et al., 2011. In 2006, these crashes accounted for almost a third of all U.S. traffic-related deaths (Burris et al., 2011). Alcohol

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    Alcohol Consumption By Adolescents

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    Alcohol Consumption by Adolescents It's just another Friday night, but this time it's the guy's night out. What do many teenage boys have on their mind? They want to go cruising down the highway at 80 miles per hour with the windows down. Find some beer, and some women that they can get drunk, have sex with and have something to tell about the next day. The sad thing is, that most of the time it is true. A survey was taken in Nebraska in September of 1995, which said 25.7% of adolescents

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    The restriction of alcohol consumption seems to be in constant debate, partially because there are many different of opinions of how much restriction is necessary. In America’s history, the government attempted to completely ban all alcohol. This was known as the Prohibition era which began with the enforcement of the 18th Amendment in the 1920s. This amendment prohibited the manufacture, sale, transport, import, or export of alcoholic beverages. Due to the rise of criminal activity and gang violence

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    The Effects and Impact of Alcohol Consumption

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    Alcohol has affected human lives in their own society every day since its dawning in the stone age, perhaps even earlier. Though alcohol is not illegal, it was when the eighteenth amendment was first ratified because of alcoholism. Alcoholism is entitled to those who abuse alcohol by over consumption to the brink of mental illness and compulsive behavior which then ultimately results in alcohol dependency. It affects many different groups of people, but it is affecting students in high school and

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    The Consumption of Alcohol and its Effects on the Body Alcohol, probably the oldest drug known, has been used at least since the earliest societies for which records exist. Of the numerous types of alcohol, ethyl alcohol is the type consumed in drinking. In its pure form it is a clear substance with little odor. People drink alcohol in three main kinds of beverages: BEERS, which are made from grain through brewing and fermentation and contain from 3% to 8% alcohol; WINES, which are fermented from

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    Alcohol Consumption in the US

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    Binge drinking and alcohol consumption amongst US college students and US adults has proven that it is extremely dangerous and is responsible for many deaths. Therefore, there needs to be an tremendous change in the amount of alcohol consumption in the US, and with this change there will be an explicit alteration of the amount of alcohol intake. The first article that was chosen is named, “Alcohol Mixed with Energy Drinks: Consumption Patterns and Motivations for Use in U.S. College Students.” This

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    tradition that brings groups of people together comes in the form of alcohol consumption. As such, alcohol has been shown to bring different races and ethnicities together over a central point. Therefore ethanol in alcohol plays a crucial role in the networking between people of different backgrounds. Whether it be a night out with close friends, or meeting someone new each experience with alcohol can be different. Alcohol consumption, a lot of times, practices vary among ethnicities and races. In some

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