Events with Alcohol Policy implemented to enhance student safety

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Events with Alcohol Policy implemented to enhance student safety The Brown and White By Amanda Hall  September 13, 2021  LEHIGH UNIVERSITY – The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs and the Student Affairs Office have implemented new social guidelines for all student organizations to abide by for the fall 2021 semester. The new social guidelines are intended to replace the previous …

Canada:  Experts fear pandemic drinking habits could lead to a rise in fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

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Canada:  Experts fear pandemic drinking habits could lead to a rise in fetal alcohol spectrum disorder Edmonton Health Matters By Su-Ling Goh  Global News September 14, 2021 The COVID-19 pandemic has led to increased alcohol use, skyrocketing stress levels and limited mental health and addiction services. Experts suspect that combination could lead to more cases of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). The …

Biden set to shake up drinks distribution in the US

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Biden set to shake up drinks distribution in the US The Drinks Business By db_staff  September 13, 2021  The US drinks industry is highly successful but incredibly fragmented and fraught with confusing local legislation. President Joe Biden might be about to change all that. The United States is the most profitable market for beer, wine and spirits producers. But it …

As Male and Female Drinking Patterns Become More Similar, Adverse Alcohol Risks for Women Become More Apparent

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As Male and Female Drinking Patterns Become More Similar, Adverse Alcohol Risks for Women Become More Apparent National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism September 9, 2021   The steady near-equalization in patterns of alcohol use and misuse between women and men over the last decade has revealed women’s greater risks for alcohol-related consequences. A 2015 National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and …

Group promotes Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders awareness

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Group promotes Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders awareness With a goal of bringing attention to an important issue, the Children’s Treatment Centre hosted its inaugural Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Awareness Day at Gillies Lake on Thursday. The Sault Star Author of the article:  Richa Bhosale Publishing date:  September 9, 2021  CANADA – Members of Timmins Children’s Treatment Centre, from left, Samantha …

Drink or Not? Moderate Consumption of Alcohol May Offer Several Benefits

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Drink or Not? Moderate Consumption of Alcohol May Offer Several Benefits Those with no illnesses can go for moderate consumption, which some say may have benefits. News 18 September 9, 2021 No doubt drinking alcohol in excess can have fatal consequences in the long run. However, one can also extract several benefits if one watches their consumption, according to a …

Fresno liquor store owner uses social media to deter people with fake IDs from trying to buy alcohol

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Fresno liquor store owner uses social media to deter people with fake IDs from trying to buy alcohol ABC 30 By Jessica Harrington September 10, 2021 FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) — A Fresno store owner is taking a new approach to deter people with fake ID’s from trying to buy alcohol at his store. When he catches someone, he posts the video …

Nebraska: ‘It’s certainly a big loophole for those minors,’ alcohol home deliveries creating concern

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Nebraska: ‘It’s certainly a big loophole for those minors,’ alcohol home deliveries creating concern Since the Omaha Metro Coalition spearheaded alcohol compliance checks nearly 25 years ago, the number of minors being served in the area has significantly decreased. However, concerns of minors gaining possession of alcohol is increasing, as alcohol deliveries since the pandemic began, have become more popular. …

Underage drinking: when minors become a major problem

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Underage drinking: when minors become a major problem The Reporter (Minnesota State University) By Julia Barton September 9, 2021 Binge drinking has been a part of college culture for decades as almost every teen movie showcases young adults consuming alcohol once they move into college. Drinking at social events is a very typical trend throughout all college campuses as well as …