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...Drinking alcohol: In the present age, more and more people are getting addicted to alcohol day by day. Alcohol has become a usual and necessary drink in parties, gatherings and functions. Most of the people give alcohol a try in the parties. It is inspirational. People want to see what is so special about alcohol that people become addicted to it. Sometimes, people are driven by their curiosity to challenge themselves. They want to prove to themselves that they can consume alcohol without getting addicted to it. Once an individual takes this challenge,...
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Drinking Alcohol
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...Drinking Alcohol Alcoholism is a form of addiction, a psychological or physiological dependence on alcohol. The negative effects that alcoholism causes cannot be undermined. There are studies which indicate that excessive drinking increases the tendencies for people to lose control and thereby manifest socially aggressive behavior. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services define alcoholism, also known as “alcohol dependence,” as “a disease that includes four symptoms: craving: a strong need, or compulsion, to drink; loss of...
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...Drinking Alcohol Design an experiment to test whether drinking alcohol influences peoples tendency to become socially aggressive. Be sure to specify your experimental hypothesis and identify your dependent and independent variables, as well as your experimental and control conditions. Identify any experimental procedures that would help to ensure the reliability of your research. There is a wide, though not unanimous agreement among medical scientists that alcoholism should be treated as a disease and that a tendency, or predisposition, to contract it may be inherited. There have been studies that indicate...
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Cause and effect: mother drinking alcohol during pregnancy
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...Drinking Alcohol During Pregnancy The consumption of alcoholic beverages by women is a socially accepted norm that is not seen as having a negative effect on those around them. Social drinking is actually encouraged as a form of increased socialization among peers. However, there are times when drinking alcohol gets out of hand and leads towards alcoholism (alcohol addiction). Those are one of the few times when uncontrolled alcohol consumption actually affects the people around the women already. Although the people in their lives can just shake off the negative effects that alcoholism had on the woman, there is no way that a pregnant woman who drank heavily can ever... ?Cause and Effect of Mother's...
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Systematic Text Analysis of Article: Drinking Alcohol to Shrink
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...Drinking Alcohol to shrink” The source of this article is from Women’s Health Magazine. The magazine is widely distributed in different locations and is a monthly publication. The publication can be purchased off of store shelves or subscribed to by subscription on a yearly or longer term basis. The glossy pages of this magazine exhibit professional and excellent quality in written articles. The magazine specifically caters to the interest and desires of what a female would want to see and read in the format of a magazine. As with most magazines, there are many pages of attractive advertisements for various products and services that generally most females want... ?Systematic Text Analysis of Article:...
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The social impact of drinking alcohol on London nightlife
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...ALCOHOL Qualitative study: The social impact of drinking alcohol on London nightlife Insert Insert Grade Insert Tutor’s Name 19 March 2012 Qualitative Study: The Social Impact of Drinking Alcohol on London Nightlife Introduction Sociology, as field of study, is concerned with different aspects that relate to the human social behavior. The field goes beyond examining social issues to analysis of the economic, political, and religious activities that collectively affect an individual human behavior, groups and societies (Giddens and Griffiths, 2006, p.4). Issues related to the family, the community, and the public are of significance to a sociologist. One... of the important areas of sociology...
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Drinking alcohol while pregnant an unnecessary Risk to Parental Development
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...Alcohol Consumption During Pregnancy One particular issue that continues to crop up with respect to the health of the mother as well as the health of the unborn child is with regards to whether or not drinking during a pregnancy, even in limited amounts, is something that should be avoided altogether, or whether it is ultimately allowable if done responsibly. Whereas it is unlikely that a student’s understanding of perception of this particular issue will shed a great deal of new life and/or new information upon the subject, it is the hope of this author that the research which will be engaged, as well... as the discussions which will be represented, will help the reader to come to a more...
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Alcohol Drinking
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...Drink Alcohol WHY SHOULD WE DRINK ALCOHOL Titus Rock Manickam Order No. 334024 17 November 2009 WHY SHOULD WE DRINK ALCOHOL Introduction Currently, there has been an upswing in the news about alcohol. So there is euphoria. Even non-drinkers are thinking of giving way to the benefits of drinking. Of course, there are benefits in drinking alcohol. Science has been proving at regular frequency that there are benefits to the heart in drinking. Taken literally, it means that instead of curbing the consumption of alcohol, one must begin to promote sales of the liquor. Why Alcohol, if taken moderately, 3-4 times a week boosts the heart because it clears the nerves of low density... Why Should We...
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Underage Alcohol Drinking in Military
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...Alcohol Drinking in Military Introduction Imagine of a military that promotes or tolerates the youth under the age of twenty-one years engaging in the drinking of the alcohol! It is unfathomable to have the youth that drinks alcohol in the military. The debate on whether to allow the youth to possess and consume alcohol raises serious arguments and counterarguments. The proponents of the underage alcohol drinking argue that the youth is responsible to have access and consume alcohol. The supporters emphasize that the fact that the youth are in the military implies they are mature, and can handle different issues responsibly. In contrast, the opponents point out that the law prohibits any... Underage...
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The effects of alcohol drinking
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...Alcohol Drinking among Young Adults Thesis ment Alcohol drinking habit of young adults (aged between 14 – 24 years) has adverse consequences such as poor academic performance, “sex-related problem behaviors, careless driving, drug addiction, suicide, homicide and aggression” (Snyder; Duncan; Miller et al, 2006; 2005; 2006) and (Kremer & Levy, 2008). Introduction Alcohol drinking among teenagers and young adults has become one of the grave issues as it directly impacts societal well-being and stability. Nevertheless, the heavy exposure of youth to media has been a major contributing factor in alcohol drinking habit because more and more beverage producers / sellers tend to use... electronic...
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Alcohol: Should we lower the drinking age to 18
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...Alcohol United s set the age of drinking to 21 and all the teenagers under the age of 21 are not allowed to take alcohol. However, there are some exceptions; teenagers under the age of 21 can be allowed to have a drink at home on supervision by the parent. Further, in case of medical needs or any other relevant needs, teens below 21 can be allowed to drink. Proponents argue that lowering drinking age below 21 in US has no impact on drinking rate. They state that the rate of drinking has increased and increased health related issues among the teens...
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Alcohol Consumption in the United States. We should lower the drinking age to 18
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...Drinking Age to 18. Alcohol Consumption in the United s Introduction It is undeniable fact that, alcohol consumption is the third leading cause of most deaths in the United States. For the past years, alcohol consumption has been the major contributing factor to road accidents and the leading cause of death for young adults and youths. Alcohol use is linked with a wide range of social and health consequences, sexual and physical assault, sexually transmitted infection, unintended pregnancy, crime, vandalism, violence, and other substances use. In the United States, drinking alcohol mostly begins during teenage hood or adolescence. In most cases, underage drinkers tend to drink... ? We Should Lower The...
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Should the alcohol drinking age be increased or decreased
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...drinking results in high blood pressure and it can be dangerous for a person’s health if blood pressure always remains at a high state. High blood pressure can cause several neurological diseases. Due to high flow of blood in the brain and other parts of body the brain starts behaving abnormally. This abnormality reflects in a person’s behavioral characteristics. If a person consumes more alcohol he/she starts losing out control of anger. Adults who consume alcohol on a regular basis should remember that alcohol can cause serious health problems if consumed at a large scale. Teenagers attaining age 16 or above mostly have a tendency to consume... Introduction Consumption of alcohol is very common in the ...
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Alcohol in America. Should the US lower legal drinking age to 18
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...Drinking Age to 18? One of the most abused drug laws in the US is the underage drinking law that prevents children from being legally allowed to consume or purchase alcohol unless they are at least 21 years old. Notwithstanding this, it is estimated that 17.5 % of the alcohol consumers in the country fall within this age bracket (Tracy, 2014), this begs the question what is the point of having a law that has perpetually proven impossible to implement given the high alcohol consumption statistics among teenagers. This has sparked considerable debate on whether the drinking age should be lowered to 18 like in most other countries; legally when one is 18 they are recognised... Should the US Lower Legal...
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Drinking
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...drinking (Elder). People who start drinking early in their lives have a higher tendency to commit suicide or kill others (Elder). Same study found out that there is a decrease in suicide ratio among people who began drinking alcohol late in life (Elder). This is an effective supporting evidence for increasing the minimum age of drinking. Drinking causes moral and health problems; the earlier a person becomes the victim of alcohol, the sooner he or she will be dejected and disappointed in life and more likely to commit suicide or homicide. Increasing the minimum age of drinking to 21 can be helpful in many ways: it can reduce... ?Drinking: Partying or Destroying Oneself? Introduction Drinking has become a ...
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Teenage Drinking and Its Consequences
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...Drinking and Its Consequences 2 March Introduction Alcohol is the teenager’s “drug of choice,” according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) (2006). It is easy to buy, even when it is illegal, and it is commonly used for socialization. WebMD (2012) underscored that alcohol is “very powerful” and “addictive,” and it can be “lethal” in large amounts (p.1). Adolescents are particularly prone to drinking alcohol, because of perceptions of drinking alcohol as cool and essential to high school and college life. Underage drinking, however, is banned in many countries. The Surgeon General of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (2007) defined underage... ? Teenage...
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Teenage Drinking
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...Drinking Alcohol consumption among teenagers is a source of debate the world over with many countries including United States setting age limits for one to drink while others particularly in Europe fail to do so. It is not uncommon to come across arguments for teenage drinking and those against (Reid 2003; Joseph 2003). Amidst all the debate however, both parties are aware that teenage drinking is a matter of huge concern since alcohol is the most frequently abused substance by teenagers (Johnson 2) with statistics indicating that nearly 42% of teenagers after any given 30 days have taken alcohol, 24% of whom have binge drank. Arguments for Teenage Drinking: One argument for teenage... Teenage...
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Binge Drinking
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...Drinking Drinking alcohol is something which every other person does, and most of them also get addicted to alcohol at some point of their life time. Drinking alcohol is not a modern phenomenon, but it has been practiced even in ancient times .But since few decades, drinking has been practiced as a more openly accepted social activity than olden ages. Alcohol cannot be termed as a social taboo or threat to health if is used or consumed with awareness and alertness. Anything if consumed in excess can be bad to health and mind. So when people drink alcohol without limits and indulge in it with an intention to get drunk, we call the process as binge drinking. Binge drinking is not a good... ? Topic Binge...
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Alcohol Persuasive Speech
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...Alcohol Enlightening the public about adverse effects of alcohol may have an impact in reducing heavy consumption Educating population on management of alcohol and responsible drinking is an appropriate as well. B. Pass restrictive laws and regulations some of restrictive laws include reducing time-frame for retailers operation, heavy taxation, and compelling manufactures to advertise in good faith. Restricting early access to alcohol by increasing minimum legal age for drinking. III. Visualization Step: A. First sub point: Alcohol policies 1. Supporting evidence: The policies we should be passing as a country, to reduce people’s alcohol... Mariam Almatrouk Dr. Denise Vultee Oral...
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Alcohol Abuse
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...Alcohol Abuse Introduction In this essay, I have decided to focus on the public health issue concerning the risk of alcohol abuse in relation to a certain population group who are young adults. A situation where young adults drink alcohol is referred to as underage drinking. As youths grow old, their rate of alcohol consumption increases significantly (Powers 2007, p.353). Whenever young adults take alcohol, they fail to realize the adverse effects drinking can have on their health, lives, families and social relationships. In the United Kingdom, the...
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Alcohol consumption
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...Alcohol and Young People Drinking alcohol is a common behavior among youngsters and they are most often addicted to alcohol due to many reasons. Young adults are more easily subjected to alcohol consumption due to their tender age and curiosity. Research on drinking motives in young people had been going on since decades. It is assumed that the young people drink in order to attain values outcomes. As per ( Kuntsche (2006,pg.1844-57)) “A previous review revealed that most adolescents reported drinking for social motives, some indicated enhancement...
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The drinking age
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...drinking age should not be lowered as younger people are both physically and mentally unfit to handle the responsibilities of drinking. Introduction: Underage drinking-related accident statistics (Bell); Younger people react differently to the effects of alcohol and do not know how much they can handle until it is too late Body: The drinking age has previously been lowered, only to yield negative and devastating results (Chapman); There is a correlation between a higher drinking age and fewer alcohol-related accidents; In favor of lowering the age: If the age were lowered, there would be fewer attempts of young people illegally obtaining alcohol. In refute, if they have... to illegally get...
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The drinking age should be lowered to 18
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...drinking age should be lowered to 18 The drinking age should be lowered to 18. 18 is the legal age where an individual is treated as an adult where he or she is already fully responsible for his or her action and its consequences. This should include drinking alcohol. It just do not make any sense that at 18 years old, I can already be tried legally in a court of law, drafted in the Army, issued a weapon that kills and go to war, can get married and start a family, and yet I cannot even drink a bottle of beer legally! Elsewhere in the world, 18 years old is the legal drinking age and here in America which is supposed to be the bastion of freedom and resonsibility, I could be arrested... for...
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Problems and solutions for alcohol
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...drinking. Of these alcohol addicts, those who get help are no more than 3 million in number. Every year, hundreds of thousands of Americans are killed, injured, or weakened as a result of drinking. Alcohol consumption has been the root cause of distortion of a lot of families in the past and has also been one of the driving forces of violence in the society. There are four fundamental stages of solving the problems of alcohol. First, there is a need to create awareness among the public so that they know the difference between risk and safe alcohol consumption. Secondly, there should be...
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The Dangers of Alcohol Consumption
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...Alcohol Consumption Today in many countries, drinking alcohol is legal and has become part of the lifestyle of many people. Whilst ithas been proposed that alcohol in small quantities may have medicinal qualities, there is now strong evidence that such positives are minor compared to the many negative ways in which it affects aspects of human life, in terms personal life, the general community and in relation to the overall health of people. The latter in particular is often seriously affected by alcohol. It has been said that consumption of the drink in small quantities may assist the removal of ‘plaque’ from arteries; however, this appears minor compared to the many diseases... ?The Dangers of Alcohol...
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Teen Drinking: Cause and Effect
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...Drinking: Cause and Effect Adolescence is a period where there is rapid development and changes that happen to youngsters. It is during this period that teenagers are believed to have a need to test their independence and rights. It is also during this stage of development that an interplay of internal and external factors influence and impact teenagers’ daily activities that make them prone to try new things: experiment on the latest fad, satisfy their curiosity on drugs, smoking, or alcohol. In this regard, the essay aims to determine the causes and effects of teenage drinking and eventually propose recommendations to prevent its ill...
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The Dangers of Alcohol Consumption
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...Alcohol Consumption Today in many countries, drinking alcohol is legal and has become part of the lifestyle of many people. Whilst it has been proposed that alcohol in small quantities may have medicinal qualities, there is now strong evidence that such positives are minor compared to the many negative ways in which it affects aspects of human life, in terms personal life, the general community and in relation to the overall health of people. The latter in particular is often seriously affected by alcohol. It has been said that consumption of the drink in small quantities may assist the removal of ‘plaque’ from arteries; however, this appears minor compared to the many diseases... The Dangers of...
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Teen Drinking
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...drink alcohol due to exterior influences and, therefore, society must learn to adapt and ensure that they drink responsibly instead. That is the focus of the T.R. Reid essay “Let My Children Drink”, while Joseph Califano Jr. chooses to oppose the view of Reid in his own essay titled “Dont Make Teen Drinking Easier”. Although I see the point of Mr. Califano, I must agree with the benefits as described in Mr. Reids essay. That is because teenage drinking does happen and it cannot be ignored. The three points that I will be raising in this paper are that: 1. Teenagers who know their parents trust them to drink responsibly make for more mature adults. 2. Anything done illegally is more... Teen Drinking We...
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Should the Drinking Age be 18 Years
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...Drinking Age be 18 Years? In the recent past, there has been much debate on whether to lower the drinking age from 21 to 18 or not. With adulthood comes the rights, responsibilities and privileges of being one, with the American law describing an adult as that person who is 18 years old or more. This person has the legal authority to enter into contracts, marry without the consent of parents, serve in the military and vote among others, except drinking alcohol. This essay postulates that the drinking age should not be 18. Psychologically, humans would want to do what they have been prohibited from doing. The push would even be more for an adult, at 18, who would be allowed all other... Should the...
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Teen Drinking
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...drink alcohol due to exterior influences and, therefore, society must learn to adapt and ensure that they drink responsibly instead. That is the focus of the T.R. Reid essay “Let My Children Drink”, while Joseph Califano Jr. chooses to oppose the view of Reid in his own essay titled “Don't Make Teen Drinking Easier”. Although I see the point of Mr. Califano, I must agree with the benefits as described in Mr. Reid's essay. That is because teenage drinking does happen and it cannot be ignored. The three points that I will be raising in this paper are that: 1. Teenagers who know their parents trust them to drink responsibly make for more mature adults. 2. Anything done illegally... ?Teen Drinking We live in ...
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Binge Drinking
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...Drinking The literal meaning of the word 'binge' means to splurge orgo on a spree. The context of 'binging' could refer to any aspect of consumption. Binging or unlimited consumption could manifest in the form of over eating, drinking, smoking, drugs or abuse of any other substance. Binging generally starts as an unconscious act to do something different and perceived as "fun". Curiosity or boredom could lead teenagers and young adults to experiment with alcohol. Slowly, the same could become a habit and an obsession. Social drinking could also be one of the triggers for binge drinking. In some societies, binge drinking... The Culture Of Excess Leads To Addiction And Dependency A Case Study on Binge...
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The effects of alcohol on teenage
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...alcohol. Alcohol-related fatalities remain an important concern across the globe and alcohol abuse has been proven to lead to conflict and violence. Seeking to explore the ramifications of alcohol use and abuse teenagers within society, the following will analyze the negative ramifications of teenage alcohol use. There are many consequences of alcohol use for teenagers including health problems, an increased risk for accidents and anti-social behavior. Teenagers who drink are more likely to drink in excess and this can cause damage to the growing...
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Binge Drinking Research Paper
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...alcohol consumption with students, a number of important issues could be outlined. Binge drinking is more popular to student and college goers than to their peers who do not experience university life(T.P.S. Oei, A. Morawska, 2004). As a consequence, binge drinking is defined as the biggest problem with American university students. It is also associated with "unplanned and unsafe sex, assault and aggressive behavior, serious injury as a result of vehicle accidents, various social and psychological problems"(Weschler, Dowdall, Davenport, & Castillo, 1995 cited in T.P.S. Oei, A. Morawska, 2004) as well as dangerous... attitude towards binge drinking in the west of Scotland During the past couple of...
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Underage drinking
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...Drinking Alcohol is the most widely available drug that the youths of our generation use to experience momentary pleasure. The funny thing is unlike marijuana or LSD this drug is mostly beyond the realm of law and considered a less harmful agent than even ordinary cigarette. A substance that is even harmful for adults and behind many social catastrophes can be well guessed that would be of immense danger for those people belonging to the underage population. This is considered as one of the foremost public health problem of USA. A statistical voyage through this social malady would be more helpful to understand the inherent danger that under age drinking possess to our society. It has been... ?Underage...
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Drinking ages
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...Drinking Ages The debate on the legal drinking age has been a long standing issue among academics and students in the United States. Compelling arguments for and against for whether drinking age should be 21 or lower are presented that are accompanied by statistical data and solid facts. Moreover, the United States constitution has also stated 21years to be the legal drinking age, and this has faced criticism from skeptics over the course of years. However, I believe that 21 years is the appropriate age for imbibing alcohol legally under law. The legal drinking age is the appropriate age established by law that allows an individual to purchase or consume alcoholic beverages or alcoholic food...
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Why should we drink alcohol
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...Drink Alcohol WHY SHOULD WE DRINK ALCOHOL? Titus Rock Manickam Order No. 334024 17 November 2009 WHY SHOULD WE DRINK ALCOHOL? Introduction Currently, there has been an upswing in the news about alcohol. So there is euphoria. Even non-drinkers are thinking of giving way to the benefits of drinking. Of course, there are benefits in drinking alcohol. Science has been proving at regular frequency that there are benefits to the heart in drinking. Taken literally, it means that instead of curbing the consumption of alcohol, one must begin to promote sales of the liquor. Why? Alcohol, if taken moderately, 3-4 times a week boosts the heart because it clears the nerves of low density cholesterol... Why Should We...
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Teenage Binge Drinking
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...Drinking Thesis: Teenage binge drinking is getting very common in the light of the fact that the teenagers today are exposed to a plethora of consumerist and life style associated stresses, which make them more vulnerable to alcohol abuse, thereby, giving way to a plethora of negative impacts on their health and social and academic life. Annotated Bibliography Arata, C.M, Ord, J., & Tims, M.S. (2003). High School Drinking and Its Consequences. Adolescence, 38(251), 567-572. This is a peer reviewed journal article. It discusses how high school drinking influences the academic life of teenagers... ? English 5 11/4/13 of the English of the Teacher November 14. English 5 11/4/13 First Paper Teenage Binge...
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Drinking age in Canada
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...Drinking age in Canada: A growing body of research related to the controversial subject of legal drinking age can be found in the present world. Proponents of lowering the drinking age to 18 argue that if a person at 18 is considered eligible enough to vote, he/she should also be trusted with the right to consume alcohol. Opponents of the legal drinking age of 18 see an army of hotheaded teenagers with large beer cans in their hands as a grave issue associated with huge social consequences. Though the legal drinking age varies from country to country but it is stressed in Canada that all people under 19 should be denied alcoholic beverages. The pattern of legal drinking age in Canada... ? 02 December...
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Collegeaged Drinking in USA
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...drinking is a serious problem. Wendy S. Slutske, a psychology at the of Missouri-Columbia and an alcoholism expert, emphasizes that the available empirical evidence indicates that the tendency of college students to engage in heavy and binge drinking is problematic on several fronts. Apart from the harm that it does to the drinkers themselves and the adverse effect it has on their academic performance, the phenomenon contributes to on-campus violence (321). Statistics from the National institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism established that "alcohol is involved in approximately 1400...
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Social Aspects of Alcohol Uses
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...Alcohol uses Social aspects of Alcohol uses The social and cultural roles of alcohol in a given society play a large role in influencing the relationships members of that community. The research papers investigate the cultural rationale over what is considered “underage” and “of age” with the alcohol consumption practices. Moving past difficult drinking, prevention of alcohol, and treatment programs, it is imperative to comprehend the normalness of alcohol and how it can control social aspects of a culture. Most of the alcohol consumption in the world is classified as non-problematic but is often overlooked in favor of more influential studies about dysfunctional drinking habits... Social aspects of...
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Underage Drinking
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...alcohol to an individual who is not of legal age (Wachtler 310). As such, the position of this researcher is not to advocate that drinking laws be abolished or that law enforcement entirely ignores such an issue, it is to say that the laws regarding its treatment should be seriously reworked and rethought as a function of the greater good for society at large (Reboussin et al 891). Due to the overall loss and manpower of the authorities that are wasted on what can otherwise be considered a nominal crime, it is the recommendation of this author that the United States pursue drinking laws that more effectively mirror the successful and widely... Section/# Underage Drinking A great deal of discussion...
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Binge Drinking in Britain
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...drinking has been a problem in other countries in Europe like Poland although the recent data shows that the trend has been reducing of late in the country. However unlike in Poland, the trend of binge drinking has been picking up in Britain and it has come with various social and health complications. (Moscalwcz, 2005) Binge drinking has been defined as pattern of drinking alcohol which brings the concentration of alcohol to around 0.08 gram percent or above in the body. In an adult this can be shown as drinkgin more than 5 drinks and about 4 drinks for females in a period of about 2 hours. In the common use, binge dirking is however used... BINGE DRINKING IS GETTING OUT OF CONTROL IN BRITAIN...
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Alcohol and Tobacco Control
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...Alcohol and Tobacco Control School Alcohol and tobacco control Alcohol and tobacco control is an issue that has been heavily debated upon for a long time. It is both seen as a means of profitability for the countries, thus strengthening the economy and as a threat for the health and safety of the citizens. This paper discusses and evaluates the positive and negative implications of the alcohol and tobacco consumption upon the society. Alcohol and tobacco are sources of huge threat to the health and safety of the society and their negative implications outweigh the positive ones. Drinking...
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A comparative Review of Drinking age laws and behaviors in Canada and the U.S
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...Drinking Age Laws and Behavior in the USA and Canada Fahad Alharthi Utica College Alcohol consumption remains one of the most common activities and behavioral patterns all over the world. Canada and the USA have passed long alcohol history from its introduction by the colonists to its mass production by the states themselves. Both countries are not heavy drinkers compared to Europeans with generally decreased interest to alcohol beverages. The countries have the same predilections toward alcohol consuming, and drinking behaviors that are very much alike. Canadians and Americans consider...
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Ethical Issues of Drinking at Work
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...Drinking at Work Introduction The habit of drinking alcohol is considered as an exercise of personal freedom and choice of any adult, which does not demand approval from others. However, when the consumption of alcohol becomes mixed with work and professional responsibilities it turns into a delicate topic that can raise the long list of ethical problems, questions, and dilemmas for both those who resort to drinking as well as co-workers, managers, and executives. The problems lies in the fact that drinking in the workplace can be regarded among the leading issues that can result in a poor quality of work, inefficient productivity, increased medical costs... and desirable conduct....
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Drinking and Driving (Cause and Effect)
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...Alcohol in Driving Outline Paragraph I: Effects of Drunk Driving Paragraph II: Alcohol Causes Injuries and Deaths Paragraph III: Younger and More Male Population are Likely to Get Involved in Alcohol – Related Vehicular Clashes Paragraph IV: Alcohol Puts at Risk Lives of Other than Drunk Drivers Paragraph V: Conclusion Drinking and driving are two distinct activities but when these are combined, without a doubt, driving while under the influence of alcohol will put lives of people at a greater risk. However, this case of driving after drinking has been regarded by a lot of people to be just a typical part of their routines, most especially, the teenagers and young adults. Most... ? The Effects of Alcohol ...
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Alcohol Consumption among Children
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...Alcohol Consumption among Children" Extreme drinking is really terrible for physical and mental conditions. Alcohol increases the risk of serious illness like heart disease, liver disease, reproductive problems and memory loss. It is declared in journal of the American medical association, the death rate of Alcoholic women is comparatively greater than Alcoholic men. This journal also declares that the danger of breast cancer rises with the regular use of alcohol. Although alcohol use is ordinary among a greater part of college undergraduates (Kuther & Timoshin, 2003; Ziemelis, Bucknam, & Elfessi, 2002), a division of students busy in a type of drinking behavior that occupies great levels... ...
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House Parties with Under Age Drinking
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...Drinking Underage alcohol consumption is a common behavior in the United s of America where the minimum drinking age across all states is 21. There has been an increasing prevalence of drinking at young ages, as well as excessive drinking, drinking many drinks in a session. This essay explores the role that house parties play in the prevalence of underage drinking, what laws are in place and whether the current policies are adequate. The current levels of punishment for underage drinking and both selling and providing alcohol to minors appear to be insufficient to deter this behavior from being frequent, and in many cases people are not caught... ?Legal Ramifications of House Parties with Underage...
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Underage Drinking
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...ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO TO UNDERAGE PUPILS Should there be tougher laws on convenient stores for selling alcohol and tobacco to underage pupils (Your Name) (Your School) SHOULD THERE BE TOUGHER LAWS ON CONVENIENT STORES FOR SELLING ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO TO UNDERAGE PUPILS Introduction Underage drinking has grown to be a major problem not only in the US but also in the whole world. While the problem of binge drinking has been growing to be a health issue in the nation, underage drinking has made it difficult for the authority to deal with the alcohol problem. Substance abuse in the young people has been a growing problem... Running Head: SHOULD THERE BE TOUGHER LAWS ON CONVENIENT STORES FOR SELLING...
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Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
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...alcohol is negligible. Plenty of children in America are currently struggling because of the health problems they suffered due to the drinking habits of their mothers during pregnancy. “Although much progress has been made in understanding the consequences of prenatal alcohol exposure, challenges still remain in properly identifying all affected individuals as well as their individual patterns of alcohol-induced deficits”(Warren et al. 2011, p.4). The purpose of this paper is to create awareness among the pregnant women about the consequences of their drinking habits during pregnancy. Since many children are struggling not because of their faults but because of the crazy life styles... ? Fetal Alcohol...
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