When government no longer obeys the rule of law, when elected officials no longer represent (the will of the people,) when those same elected officials endorse the implementation of laws repugnant, and chilling to the very people they represent and ignore the rights of those same people, when government no longer protects or respects the property of its people, and when that government makes more decisions behind closed doors, in secret, than on the floor of the legislature, in daylight, who by law is assigned that duty; those same people have the Natural Right to "Throw-off" such a government and institute a new one, more concerned for or responsive to their needs!
The most abused substance on college campuses is alcohol. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism reports that four out of five college students drink alcohol. College students are traditionally between the ages of 18 and 22 years old, with 21 being the legal drinking age in America. Even more important, half of these drinkers engage in binge drinking, which is the consumption of an excessive amount of alcohol in a short period. Many factors, in addition to its easy access, makes alcohol the substance of choice for students. Upperclassmen over age 21 can buy alcohol legally and distribute it to younger students, and it is relatively inexpensive.
Alcohol. You wouldn’t think alcohol is really dangerous because it's on tons of commercials and it's in all of the stores. They would tell you ,right? No. Alcohol is deadly, misconceiving, and dangerous. They try to get you to try it when you're young because you brain is still growing and you will become addicted to. Then you will become a life time customer for them. These businesses know people are dying from it, but they don’t care. The producers just want your money. Alcohol is just as addicting and unhealthy as any drug. Alcohol is lethal, misunderstanding, and a hazard.
A year ago, a decided to visit a couple of old friends back in Orlando, Florida. This was supposed to be a fairly innocent trip, but with no parents to guide me in the right direction, it was obvious that things were about to get interesting.
Dealing with an employee who is suspected of drinking can be tough and sensitive. Being very careful and not jumping to conclusion is significant in this case. Before meeting and talking to Dr. Smith, I would first look at his personnel file to see if co-workers have made formal complaints about him being intoxicated before. In addition, gathering data such as absence and productivity to confirm whether the drinking if occurring has affected his job performance. Also, see if I can get information from the local court if Dr. Smith has been charged with any intoxication-related offenses. After gathering all these information, talking to the employee is the next step scheduling a one-on-one meeting and discussing the situation. It is important
It’s no secret that wine can stain your teeth, but did you know that drinking alcohol can have other damaging effects to your oral health? Whether it be a daily nightcap, an occasional drink, or even some common “health” products you’d never suspect as harmful, alcohol intake can be the root cause of many costly mouth problems. Find out how this pervasive substance can wreak serious dental havoc, and what you can do about it.
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It is not easy to break an alcohol addiction. However, there are ways to stop drinking. Below is a list of steps that you can take to start living a sober life:
The topic i will be riding about is teens drinking and how it can be very dangerous. Many teen life’s are ended because of the substance. They never think of the punishments or what they will do while under the influeunce. These are affects and events that may accure when teens drink alcohol.
A: I think drinking is a problems for teens because they don’t when to stop. Some teen don’t know when enough is enough. They will drink until the punk or get stomachache. Another reason why teens drink to act cool or to fit in. Some teens think it is cool to do want the popular people do and most popular often do bad things, like drink or drugs. Other teens might want to cool so they copy the other teens that drink. Those are why I think that some teens have problems with drinking.
Let’s say a group of friends go out for a movie night, once the movie was over, one of the friends say that there’s a party close by. Everyone starts drinking alcohol, at this moment everyone is very drunk, They get in the van with the group of drunk teenagers, the driver starts swerving the van and crashes into another car with a family in it. Everyone in the other car died. Years later, an alcohol addiction forms to take away the painful memories of that night.
The example I chose is dealing with the concept of hangovers and how it affects the body. The reason hangovers are so detrimental to the body’s natural desire for homeostasis is because it disrupts almost every major important system in the body. The human body is made mostly of water and needs water to maintain, alcohol causes the body to get dehydrated and the pain that people experience as a result of this is the body’s way of trying to regulate itself and get back too normal. While a hangover may seem like a punishment for a person’s actions or decision making given the fact that it isn’t very pleasant for the person experiencing it, a hangover is simply one form of homeostasis were the body is trying too undue all the damage that was just
In recent times, marijuana has slowly become less and less of a taboo subject. The gradual legalization has made marijuana a hot topic, both for its recreational uses and medicinal properties. The biggest questions that remain are, is it dangerous and is it more dangerous than alcohol? Given the length of time that alcohol has been legal most people would assume that it is the safer option, but is that true?
As you said, severe alcoholic intake during the younger years of life and even after can negatively affect the health of those nearing the last stages of life, but did you know small amounts of alcohol consumption in later adulthood can prove beneficial? Normally, a large consumption of alcohol can worsen symptoms of osteoporosis, which is already dangerous to the elderly, and increase risks of organ damage, cancers, strokes and cardiovascular conditions. However, according to the Mayo Clinic, one glass of wine approximately five fluid ounces a day or a twelve ounce bottle of beer for women and men in their senior years can actually reduce some of the risks normally associated with heavy drinking. This is not to say that seniors absolutely