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276: Alcohol Information Sheet

Information Sheet -  Measures: 8½" x 11"
Age: Teens, Adults

Millions of people struggle with alcohol abuse.

This information sheet alerts the general public about vital alcohol related issues that are prevalent in society today. While most people know that drinking too much alcohol can lead to injuries and deaths in car crashes, many may not be aware of other risks caused by excessive alcohol abuse by all ages.

Topics include: Binge Drinking; Alcohol Poisoning; Excessive Use; Drinking & Driving; Drunk Drivers; Alcohol and Other Drugs; Zero Tolerance, Breathalyzer Test; Designated Driver Programs; Sobriety Checkpoints; Avoiding a Drunk Driver; Side Effects & more.


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