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   Binge Drinking DVD
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    Description: Drinking too much too fast can be deadly. Irresponsible behavior and alcohol just don't mix. Learn the truth about alcohol so that you understand how dangerous this substance can be. You'll find out how long it takes for your liver to process an alcoholic beverage and you'll see what you should do if you ever happen to be with someone who has developed acute alcohol poisoning. Every teen needs to see this no-nonsense video.
    • Aegis Awards "Finalist"

    Price: $59.95
    Copyright: ©2005
    Format: 1 DVD
    Length:19 minutes
    UPC:69394 0214936
    Learning Objectives: 1) Students will learn that alcohol is a drug and that the liver can process only a small amount of it in an hour's time.
    2) Students will understand why women are more affected by a given amount of alcohol than men are.
    3) Irresponsible drinking behavior and its potentially tragic consequences are addressed.
    4) Students will learn about the signs of acute alcohol poisoning and they will see what they should do if they are with someone who has drunk too much.

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