Film Clips

Film clips for 16+ Consent             Drink Spiking           Southampton student recounts experience.      'Stop blaming the victims'.                                      'My drink was spiked on my second day at university' Drink SPiking - Any drink, Anybody, Anywhere   Staying safe           Drink Driving      Alcohol-related violence            Just a few drinks - true stories               
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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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16+ resources

Useful information for older teenagers and young adults All information for 16+ is now on our life-stuff.org website. Please visit for information on alcohol cannabis and other drugs, mental health, gambling and gaming, money management and other issues such as vaping, consent, traveling abroad and festivals and where to go for help and support.  
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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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Test your Knowledge

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There are 13 multiple choice questions coming. Click an answer to choose that one. have a go and see how much you REALLY know about alcohol! Why does alcohol affect men and women differently? The liver breaks down alcohol more quickly in men than women Women's bodies are generally smaller and have less body water, so alcohol concentrations rise more quickly Men's stomachs are bigger so alcohol is absorbed more slowly 2 As women have less body water than men, alcohol levels i...
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