Facts

Choosing to consume alcohol is an individual decision and a personal choice. Of course, the consumer also has a cultural and social dimension. But the relationship with alcohol should be based on scientific facts that are important to know. And the facts are not opinions. Here are several that are good to know.

  • When it comes to alcohol, we are not all born equal. Genetic heritage, weight and age are among the important factors we must all consider when figuring out what "moderate drinking" means for us.

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  • This article presents the results of the 2012 "Quebecers and Alcohol" survey.

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  • A few salient facts about adolescent drinking.

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  • Whenever you get together to celebrate with friends or family, remember that drinking too much--or irresponsibly--inevitably leads to inebriation and discomfort. Above all, remember that drinking and ...

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  • The drinking guidelines proposed here have been established based on the standard drink. If you want to follow the guidelines and drink reasonably, you should make sure you know what a standard drink is in ...

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    Energy drinks

    Young people like energy drinks for the same reason they like coffee: for their stimulant effect. Both energy drinks and coffee contain caffeine. Except that you'll feel the impact of the caffeine in an ...

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  • There are many myths about alcohol consumption. Here you will find all the information to disentangle the truth from the false.

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