Alcohol is a drug that affects your body — how you think, feel and behave. Drinking too much can affect your health and disrupt your life. Learn about guidelines to reduce your risk.
Learn about The Nobel Prizes that have been awarded sinceas well as the criteria and nomination process that are used to select the winners. NASA Kids is an excellent site for "kids" of all ages and provides an abundance of information, images, and interesting things to do on astronomy and the space sciences. In this lesson, students learn about sources of high-energy radiation and calculate student exposure to ionizing radiation over the past year.
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Police were called to Howard Avenue in Dee Why just after 9pm after reports two possibly intoxicated year-olds were stumbling along Pittwater Road. When officers found the teens, one boy from Cromer and the other from Mona Vale, they allegedly had an open two litre bottle of alcohol and were stumbling, swearing and slurring their words. Police allege the two teens became aggressive and started screaming and threatening the officers when told they would be taken home to their parents.
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If someone brought a new friend to the group you always played "Never Have I Ever" to see how far they'd gone. And when bouncers asked you why you only had a photocopy of your passport you'd say it was because you didn't want your real one to get stolen. Mainly because you were just raiding your parents' fridge when they had gone out to a dinner party.
Every year, high school students plan and prep for their upcoming prom. Finding the right dress, saying yes to the right date, and attending the best after-party. It's supposed to be the perfect night — but that could all end in an instant.
If you're talking to your kid about the important issues in life, the subject of alcohol is bound to come up. In some ways, the "alcohol talk" is a lot like the "sex talk": Ideally, you'll have the discussion long before your child really needs it. Learning about alcohol at an early age can keep him or her from making mistakes and dealing with unpleasant consequences later on.
Trigger Warning: This post contains language about sexual assault that some readers may find disturbing. This piece is part of Not Your Fault, a Teen Vogue campaign that aims to educate people about the epidemic of sexual assault. For more on this series, click here. Welcome to "Ask a Sex Educator," a weekly series where renowned sex educator Lena Solow will be answering all of your questions about the tough stuff — sexuality, gender, bodies, STDs, pregnancy, consent, pleasure, and more.