May 2010
Dolly;May2010, Issue 474, p108
The article discusses several issues related to drinking alcoholic beverages. The disadvantages of drinking alcoholic beverages are identified such as experiencing memory problems, addiction, and depression. Several types of accidents are also found to be associated to drinking including drowning, assault, and suicide. Suggested things to say when being pressured to drink are offered.


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