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    United States celebrate their independence on one of the most popular holidays of the year, some by drinking beer and contributing to a memorable statistic: most cases of beer sold in one day. According to a CNBC article, 63.5 million cases of beer are sold every July 4. However, excessive drinking on the Fourth of July is not an isolated concern by health professionals, as year-round, binge drinking is on the rise among Americans. According to a 2013 survey released by the National Institutes of

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    The expectation of this curriculum is to reduce the prevalence of binge drinking for Cal State University, Long Beach (CSULB) students ages 17 to 22. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)( n.d.), binge drinking is defined as “A pattern of drinking that results in harm to one’s health, interpersonal relationships, or ability to work”. Further research into this issue has found that more than 1,000 college students between the ages of 18 and 24 die from alcohol-related

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    Foundation, 2014). The term binge drinking is defined as drinking heavily over a short period of time with the intention of becoming intoxicated (Druginfo.adf.org.au, 2009). Binge drinking is spreading across Australia and is now having a greater affect on adolescents. There are things that individuals, schools, families and governments can do in order to minimise binge drinking. The effects that alcohol has on the body depend on a range of thing such as how often you are drinking, the strength of the drink

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    Scale and Statistics of Binge Drinking: The Foundation for a Drug Free World (2017) determines that binge drinking is the action of ingesting high volumes of alcohol in a short period of time, which can be usually outlined as five or more drinks for a man, and four or more drinks for a woman in one sitting.The foundation (2017) also states that alcohol is the leading cause of death in teenagers internationally, when compared to all other drugs combined. With 32% of youth binge drinkers being illicit

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    What Causes Binge Drinking      Binge Drinking is an intriguing phenomenon that many college students take part in all across the country. The issue of binge drinking has been a problem on college campuses for decades. Binge drinking has many horrible effects, but the problem starts with the causes for it. If the causes could be controlled then the issue would not get out of hand. Many college students give different causes for their drinking problems, and experts on the

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    Binge drinking within colleges and universities have been occurring for many years. Students in college have the freedom to make their own decision once they leave home away from their parents. In most cases, once students leave home, they will most likely to turn to drinking. College students usually do this to feel a sense of acceptance. Once college students turn to drinking when they enter college, binge drinking will severely affect student’s behavior, academics, and self-awareness. Binge

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    Binge Drinking Binge drinking is one of the third most preventable causing deaths in the United States (McGinnis & Foege, 1993). At the micro level most teens do it to seek acceptance from within their group of peers and we also undergo peer pressure and think they need to drink to be able to be accepted and then at the mid-range level most college males students drink to seek their masculinity from within a friend group. Then once at the macro level different countries with different culture

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    What Is Binge Drinking?

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    findings in the article. Red-eye has been drinking snice his senior year of high school and when he started his first-year college he was not surprised at the amount of drinking going on when he first started drinking that was going on around him. he drinks at least four times out of the week he can drinks a minimum of 5 drinks a night which would be consider binge drinking. The term “binge drinking” has changed over decades back in the 1950 the term “binge” was describe as the consumption of a large

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    Drinking is often a social situation for many people, one that can create a light and fun atmosphere. Unfortunately, too many people transform social drinking into an opportunity for binge drinking. And this is a major problem: people who regularly binge drink are at a much higher risk for developing alcoholism. Understanding this problematic behavior can help you understand whether or not you are at risk of developing a true alcohol addiction. Binge Drinking Definition The definition of binge drinking

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    College Binge Drinking

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    month, and more importantly, 24.6 percent disclosed they binge drank within the past month as well (National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, 2015). However, alcohol related deaths account for nearly 88,000 people annually, making it the third leading preventable cause of death within the United States (National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, 2015). With close to a quarter of the United States

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