Young people

Alcohol consumption among young people is more risky than that of adults. Not only because of their inexperience and the discovery of life through strong feelings, but also because of peer pressure. Drinking games, mixing alcohol and energy drinks are not the best recipes. Warnings are required. Here they are.

  • Here we are again, back for the third year following the huge success of the 2014 and 2015 St. Patrick’s Day Survival Guides! After all, what good would it be on St.Paddy’s Day if you ...

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  • Sure, what would it be if you weren’t listening to a bit of the aul diddly diddly, wearing green, and shouting a few words of garbled Gaeilge on St.Paddy’s Day? If you’re not sure what’s ...

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  • Here we are again, back for the second year following the huge success of the 2014 St. Patrick’s Day Survival Guide! After all, what good would it be on St.Paddy’s Day if you weren’t ...

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  • No matter where, no matter when, you can pretty much count on the fact that some people who drink are going to wake up one morning badly hung over. Why? Well, duh. Because they drank too much the night ...

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  • In Québec, a good third (34%) of people 18-34 drink energy drinks regularly. They say it gives them a boost and helps them stay awake. Mixing alcohol with energy drinks with alcohol can become dangerous ...

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    Drinking games

    Drinking games are contests or challenges during which a maximum amount of alcohol is consumed in a very short time. These are all very dangerous "games" that can lead to severe intoxication and alcohol ...

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