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Alcohol

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Alcohol
Names and Origin of Alcohol
Side Effects Of Alcohol
Short-Term :
Long-Term :
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-Slurred Speech
-Drowsiness
-Vomiting
-Diarrhea
-Headaches
-Upset Stomach
-Breathing Difficulties
-Distorted Breathing and Hearing
-Impaired Judgement
-Coma
-Anemia (Loss of red blood cells)
-Blackouts
-Unconsciousness
-Decreased perception
and coordination
-Cancer of mouth and throat
-Malnutrition
-Gastritis (Inflammation of stomach walls)
-Ulcers
-Permanent Brain Damage
-Sexual Problems
-Nerve Damage
-Liver Disease
-High Blood Pressure
-Stroke
-Heart Diseases
-Alcohol Poisoning
-Vitamin B1 deficiency which can lead to a disorder characterized by amnesia, apathy, and disorientation
-Family problems and Broken Relationships
-Unintentional Injuries
-Intentional Injuries
-Increased on the job injuries
-Loss of Productivity
Negative Effects Of Alcohol
The Consumers Of Alcohol
How Alcohol Is Taken
Alcohol's Legality
Questions
Bibliography
Interesting Facts
1 - If a female and a male both have an average body type and weigh the same drinking the same amount of alcohol will have the same effect on each of them
2 - Coolers and regular strength beer contain the same amount of alcohol
3 - Some people can drink a lot without seeming to get drunk
4 - Drinking coffee, working up a sweat or having a cold shower will sober you up
(www.camh.ca/)
Because alcohol is a beverage
you drink it.
Someone drinking alcohol
"Many Canadian adults drink alcohol, and do so responsibly. But because alcohol is a drug, there may be risks if you drink any amount of alcohol. In 2005, about two-thirds (62%) of all Ontario students (grade 7 - 12) reported drinking at least once in the past year. This is about 603,400 students. One in 10 students (10%) drank alcohol once a week."
(www.camh.ca/)
-Canadians spend about $12.4 billion a year on alcohol
-About 10% of Canadians are dependent on alcohol at some time in their lives
-The world's oldest known recipe is beer
-Most vegetable and almost all fruits contain a small amount of alcohol in them
-United States has the highest minimum drinking age in the world
-Human body produces it's own supply of alcohol naturally, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week
-In the 1600's thermometer used to be filled with brandy instead of mercury
"The origin of the word is still not determined fully, but is somewhere between these 2 explanations, where the word “Al” means “The”:

Al Kohool: the makeup, referring to the use of the distillate in the manufacture of eyeliner. The word kohool is the plural of kohol, which means eyeliner. Al Kohool is the current Arabic word for alcohol, and is the most likely explanation.
Al Ghoul: the same word exists in English, ghoul, means monster or spirit, and is similar to how we refer to alcohol as “spirits”. Though it is far removed from the current Arabic word, it is possible that the word had reentered the Arabic vocabulary due to foreign influence, and modified to its current form."
(thefoodblog.com.au/)
Nicknames/Slang for Alcohol :
Booze, Brew, Chug, Cold One, Gargle, Goof, Giggle Juice, Hard Stuff, Hooch, Jack, Juice, Kool Aid, Mouthwash, Poison,
Refreshment, Sauce, Shine, Swish, Vino
(casapalmera.com/)
"Yes, alcohol is legal drug if you are of legal age. In Ontario you must be at least 19 years old to buy or drink alcohol. The legal drinking age is 19 years throughout Canada, except for Quebec, Manitoba and Alberta. These provinces allow drinking at age 18. In the United States, the drinking age is 21 years."
(www.camh.ca/)
Drinking alcohol often can effect your relationships with people. For example,
this can make you angry or aggressive and no one wants to be around someone who acts like that. Also, when you try to get a job they wouldn't want to hire someone angry and aggressive they would want to hire the dependable person with the great attitude.
"35 Interesting and Fun Alcohol Facts ~ Curious? Read." 35 Interesting and Fun Alcohol Facts ~ Curious? Read. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Dec. 2013. <http://www.curiousread.com/2009/03/35-interesting-and-fun-alcohol-facts.html>.

"Alcohol." CAMH: About. N.p., n.d. Web. 3 Dec. 2013. <http://www.camh.ca/en/hospital/health_information/a_z_mental_health_and_addiction_information/alcohol/Pages/about_alcohol.aspx>.

"DisplayPhoneText("NNN-NNN-NNNN");(858) 481-4411 Why Casa Treatments Location Admissions." Casa Palmera. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Dec. 2013. <http://casapalmera.com/alcohol-street-names-and-nicknames/>.

"Of Arabic Origin ? Alcohol." The Food Blog Of Arabic Origin Alcohol Comments. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Dec. 2013. <http://thefoodblog.com.au/2009/07/of-arabic-origin-alcohol.html>.

"Short and Long Term Effects of Alcohol - Effects of Binge Drinking - Truth About Alcohol." Short and Long Term Effects of Alcohol - Effects of Binge Drinking - Truth About Alcohol. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Dec. 2013. <http://www.drugfreeworld.org/drugfacts/alcohol/short-term-long-term-effects.html>.
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