Drink spikiing

 Drink spiking 1 in 3 young adults think they have had their drink spiked, so stay aware – for your friends too. The drugs used for spiking don’t smell or taste , so many people don’t realise their drink has been spiked until later. These tips can help prevent spiking: Don’t leave your drink unattended – not just in pubs and clubs, but at parties too. Don’t accept drinks from anyone you don’t know well (take the drink from the bar tender/server yourself otherwise).​ Spiking...
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Fact or Fiction 16+

Fact or Fiction? How much do you know about alcohol? It's always possible to sleep off a hangover and feel all right the next day FALSE False! Too much alcohol is dehydrating and can lead to headaches, being sick and feeling bad. This can last for a lot longer than just the morning after. Good advice for adults is to eat while or before drinking and to pace with soft drinks to prevent a hangover. If they have drunk a lot, they shouldn’t drink alcohol for another 48 hours to allow the liver...
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Exciting competition fo 15-19 year-olds

We are challenging 15-19 year olds to produce a poster or film on alcohol awareness topics. This is a perfect activity to keep young people busy during lockdown and ideal for a homework task! There will be a prize of £150 for the best entry in each category and four runner-up prizes of £50! Please see https://alcoholeducationtrust.org/competition/ for full details. Please share with any 15-19 year olds who might like to be involved! Deadline 31st July 2021. Huge thanks to People’s Postcode Lotte...
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