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Alcoholic Beverages. Concentrations and Effects. What is ‘a drink’?. Alcoholic Energy Drinks. Why are they so dangerous? Alcohol = Depressant Energy Drink = Stimulant. Four Loko http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8HuZoIgosE. Captain Morgan. 100 Proof ____% Alcohol by Volume.

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    1. Alcoholic Beverages Concentrations and Effects

    2. What is ‘a drink’?

    3. Alcoholic Energy Drinks • Why are they so dangerous? • Alcohol = Depressant • Energy Drink = Stimulant

    4. Four Lokohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8HuZoIgosE

    5. Captain Morgan 100 Proof ____% Alcohol by Volume

    6. Absolut Vodka 40% alcohol by volume _____ Proof

    7. Give me some"Proof" you understand... Coors Light Beer: 4.2% alcohol by volume PROOF = ___ Serving Size = 12.5 oz

    8. Give me some"Proof" you understand... Sam Adams Winter Lager: 5.8% alcohol by vol Not all beers are created equal

    9. Buzzed?

    10. Buzzed?

    11. MISPERCEPTIONS Overestimate Unhealthy visible behaviors -smokers, drunks, violence, goofing off, etc. Underestimate Healthy, less visiblebehaviors -non-smokers, not drinking, academic seriousness, prayer Perception REALITY GAP

    12. BAC = Blood Alcohol Concentration

    13. BAC • Concentration of alcohol in a person’s blood • The number of drinks consumed is a poor measure of BAC • From sober, consumption of one standard drink of alcohol will increase the average person’s BAC roughly .02% to .05% • To return to 0% takes 1.5-3 hours

    14. BAC and Men

    15. BAC and Women

    16. What effects BAC? • Gender • Weight • Food in stomach • How fast you consume • What you are drinking

    17. Shaq K. Stewart VS

    18. Superhero? https://youtube.googleapis.com/v/7F5o3NSHMoM

    19. Exit Ticket • Question:What are 2 factors that effect BAC? • Journal:What do I feel is the most risky type of alcoholic beverage and why?