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Transcript of Alcohol
Alcohol is known as a drug because when consuming too much it slows down vital functions which will result in slurred speech, unsteady movement, disturbed perception and will make you unable to react quickly to anything.
What is Alcohol?
Multiple physical affects are weak bones, lots of pain threw times and when drunk you could end up hurting yourself very badly. Mental affects could be a veriaty of brain damage and you wont be as smart and will be sick more then usual because of alcohol abuse.
Short term affects for drinking too much alcohol could be... Slurred Speech, Drowsiness, Vomiting, Breathing Diiculties, Upset Stomach and Headaches. Long term affects are... unintentional injuries such as car crash, falls, burns, drowning. liver disease, nerve damage and cancer of the mouth and throat.
Long/Short term affects.
Nicknames for Alcohol.
By: Kurtis.M & Matt.R
What is Alcohol made of?
History of Alcohol!
Alcohol was invented by the Egyptian civilization and in China around 7000 B.C and in india an alcoholic drink names sura distilled from rice in 2000-3000 B.C.
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Physical and Mental affects.
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Some nicknames for alcohol in our area are... Booze, Brew, Chug, Cold one, Gargle, Giggle juice, Hard stuff, The hooch, Jack, Juice, Cool laid, Mouth wash, Poison, Refreshment, Sauce, Swish and Vino.
In chemistry, an alcohol is an organic compound in which the hydroxyl functional group (-OH) is bound to a carbon atom. In particular, this carbon center should be saturated, having single bonds to three other atoms.