Beer, Booze and Books
This dynamic non-judgmental approach to confronting dangerous college drinking includes the impact of dangerous drinking on academics, hangovers, blackouts, alcohol and sexual activity, the amount of alcohol included in various drinks (including alcoholic energy drinks), low risk drinking and much more. Students are encouraged to critically examine the role alcohol is currently playing or could play in their lives once they graduate. While presenting critical “drinking” information this program supports abstinence and stresses the reality that most high school and college students either don’t drink or if they do, they do so at a low risk level.
One of the best handbooks for college students, this text contains some of the most important information about college drinking including: types of drinks and their strength, impairment risks, addiction, recovery, academics, family issues, spring break, fraternities and sororities, impact on athletic performance and more.
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