• Why Prohibition Beverage Alcohol
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    Why Prohibition? Why did the United States have a prohibition movement, and enact prohibition? We offer some generalizations in answer to that question. Prohibition in the United States was a measure designed to reduce drinking by eliminating the businesses that manufactured, distributed, and sold alcoholic beverages. The Eighteenth Amendment to the U. S. Constitution took away license to do business from the brewers, distillers, vintners, and the wholesale and retail sellers of alcoholic bevera...
  • Coca Cola Drink Company Market
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    In the late years of the 19 th century, a new industry was getting born. An industry that was to become established as a major player in the market later in the next century - the Soft Drink industry. Today it is dominated by two main competitors Coca-Cola Co. and PepsiCo, Inc. , and a number of small soft drink producers. The Coca-Cola company rapidly evolved to a giant soft drink producer in the beginning and mid-20 th century using a successful marketing strategy. Being the first to introduc...
  • Drink Metricu Glass Ingredients Method
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    Zodiac Bar Promotion AQUARIUS Ingredients for: 1 Drink METRICU. S. 4 clVodka 1 1/3 oz Red pepper Basil dashLemon juicedash dashBlue Curacaodash Aroma of Verbena Aroma of Sage 4 clDry sparkling wine 1 1/3 oz Method: 1. Mix first 6 ingredients in shaker. Serve in cocktail glass and top with sparkling wine. PISCES Ingredients for: 1 Drink METRICU. S. 4. 5 clVodka 1 oz 1. 5 clVermouth dry oz 1. 5 clVermouth bianco oz dashLemon juicedash dashBlue Curacaodash Aroma of jasmine Method: 1. Stir in a mix...
  • Hangover Helpers Drink Alcohol Eat
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    Hangover Helpers Real Simple, Dec. 2001, pg. 85 Craig Off man This article gives advice of remedies for a hangover. It explains what you can do before you drink; what to do while drinking; as well as suggestions for after you drink. Hangover symptoms may include headaches, nausea, diarrhea, tremors, and fatigue. Hangovers are generally more severe if you haven't been getting enough water or sleep. Before drinking, the advice that they listed was that you eat fatty foods, eat high- fiber foods, ...
  • Soft Drink Coca Cola Pemberton
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    In May, 1886, Coca Cola was invented by Doctor John Pemberton a pharmacist from Atlanta, Georgia. John Pemberton concocted the Coca Cola formula in a three legged brass kettle in his backyard. The name was a suggestion given by John Pemberton's bookkeeper Frank Robinson. Being a bookkeeper, Frank Robinson also had excellent penmanship. It was he who first scripted 'Coca Cola' into the flowing letters which has become the famous logo of today. The soft drink was first sold to the public at the so...
  • Drinking Age Drink Prohibition Alcohol
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    As a nation, we have tried prohibition legislation twice in the past for controlling irresponsible drinking problems. This was during National Prohibition in the 1920's and state prohibition during the 1850's. These laws however, were found to be unenforceable and caused other social problems. Today, we are repeating history and making the same mistakes that occurred in the past. Prohibition did not work then, and prohibition for people under the age of 21 is not working now. The solution is to...
  • Drinking People Drink Students
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    Peter Holland Drinking alcohol has been a large part of society for many years. People find that is it easier to meet people when they have had a few drinks. Drinking has also been used as way to get closer to some one. "We " ll talk over a six pack," is something that people will say when they need to talk about something. There are also many events that drinking has created. There are cozy bars "where everyone knows your name," wine tasting parties, cocktail parties, and the high school favori...
  • Under Age Drinking Drink People Beer
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    As we all know many of our nations young people are over seas from the ages eighteen to twenty fighting a war right now. According to our government these same young people who are mature enough to kill are not mature enough to drink a beer, or any other alcoholic beverage. According to statistics, most of our 18-20 year old population drink anyway. Lowering the age limit of drinking to 18 would also keep beer out of cars. Most all other countries have a drinking age of 18 and the yall seem to ...
  • Drinking For Tow Fetal Alcohol
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    Drinking For Two Women drinking alcohol while they are pregnant should be illegal. Over 6 million women in America drink on a daily basis while they are pregnant, and every year more than 90, 000 babies are born with some sort of alcohol-related defect (March of Dimes 2000). In some states a woman is charged with child abuse if her baby has significant abnormalities, but not everywhere. Fetal alcohol syndrome, fetal alcohol effects, and neuro developmental disorder are just a few of the problems...
  • Fluids And Hydration Sports Drink
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    How important are fluids? Fluid replacement is probably the most important nutritional concern for athletes. Approximately 60% of your body weight is water. As you exercise, fluid is lost through your skin as sweat and through your lungs when you breathe. If this fluid is not replaced at regular intervals during exercise, you can become dehydrated. When you are dehydrated, you have a smaller volume of blood circulating through your body. Consequently, the amount of blood your heart pumps with ea...
  • Drunk Driving Drive Drink Intoxicated
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    Drunk driving is very dangerous. Driving while intoxicated is hazardous to your health, and to the well-being of others. It can kill you, other innocent people, you can be locked up, and taken away from family and friends, and it is illegal. Driving while intoxicated can be very harmful to your health, because it can kill you. On the other hand, it can kill an innocent person, who happens to be near you on the road while you are acting irresponsible. Irresponsible, in the fact that you took the ...
  • Drinking Water Drink One Drinks
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    "Water sustains all." Thales of Miletus. Water makes up about sixty percent of the average person's body. Water is a staple of life. It is something everyone needs. In my own opinion, there are four types of water drinkers, the one who refuses to drink water, the one who does not care what they drink, the one who drinks almost nothing else, and the one who follows the food pyramid. First, the one who refuses to drink water, his name is Mr. Dehydration. He only likes to drink, coffee, sodas and ...
  • Drink Size Standard Sizes Alcohol
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    Pre-pregnancy drinking: How drink size affects risk assessment One of the leading causes of mental retardation in the United States is fetal alcohol syndrome or FAS. Alcohol is the most commonly abused substance by pregnant women because it's legal and socially acceptable. A greater majority of young women are not aware of the complications that are involved with pregnancy. They see pregnancy as a way of bringing a life into the world but do not use the necessary safety measure in their dietary ...
  • Lower The Drinking Age
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    Lower the Drinking Age I think Iowa s drinking age should be lowered to 18. People are legally considered an adult when they turn 18, so they should get the privileges, and have to take the responsibilities of being an adult. The problems our society has with drinking are caused because we look down on people who drink. Our government needs to quit spending money enforcing laws that don t work, and make money selling beer to teens... If 18 year olds have the right to vote, they should also be al...
  • Alcohol Abuse Among Teens
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    The task that I am presenting my report on is the issue of Alcohol Abuse through out this report I will tell you all I can to keep you informed on Alcohol Abuse. What is happening to the teenage society today? Alcohol is most teenagers' favorite discussion topic. By the age of 16 every teenager has heard about Alcohol, they know what it is, and has even had it. Teens are constantly hit with information about alcohol; this however encourages their decisions to do with their behavior. This report ...
  • Drinking Age Should Be Lowered
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    Should the legal age be lowered to 18? Back in the 1960's and early 70's a number of states lowered their drinking age from 21 to 18. Research documented a significant increase in highway deaths of the teens affected by these laws. In the early 80's the law began to increase the age back to 21. Highway fatalities in teenage deaths in fatal car crashes dropped considerable -in some cases up to 28%- when the laws moved back up to 21. I t is clear that more young people were killed on the highways ...
  • Teen Alcohol Abuse Alcoholic Beverage
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    Few people who complain about the abuse of drugs by young people realize that alcohol abuse is rising even more dramatically. Alcohol treatment centers across the country report that they are seeing a new kind of patient: the twelve to seventeen-year-old, who may have been drinking go rr two to five years. While twenty-one is the legal age to drink alcohol, many start early in their teens consuming alcoholic beverages. Alcohol consumption by teenagers is a complicated matter that involves reason...
  • Drink Driving And Changing Peoples Attitudes
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    Section B - Application Of Psychology In The Real World Drink driving is a major problem around the world. The government has produced many posters, TV and radio adverts to increase knowledge of the problem. The campaign is powerful and with coloured illustrations on the posters makes people realise that the crime is a serious crime and if going to jail is a resort to preventing it then that is the form the government will take. The poster has two slogans. The first is "only GOING DOWN the road...
  • Alcohol Benefits Beneficial Effects
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    Can you get the health benefits of wine without the alcohol? Red wine is making a lot of news lately for its positive benefits on heart health. Doctors believe it may even be responsible for the so-called French paradox — people in France eat high-fat diets, but have lower rates of heart disease than Americans do. One reason red wine seems to have beneficial effects is that it contains chemicals called flavonoids, which appear to help prevent heart disease. Researchers in California found ...
  • Binge Drinking One College Drink Students
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    One of the most serious problems in today's youth is drinking. Amoung high school and college students a popular and very dangerous kind of drinking. Binge drinking can cause serious injury and many college and high school kids are dying from it. Binge drinking is identified as the number one health hazard for American college students today. For men binge is defined as having five or more drinks in a row. For women, binge is defined as having four or more drinks in a row. A drink can be consid...