Drink Less Alcohol

Alcohol is part of our culture, it helps us celebrate and socialize. But drinking too much can have serious consequences for our health. Most people recognize that drinking too much can lead to accidents and dependence. In addition to these serious problems, alcohol abuse can damage organs, weaken the immune system, and contribute to cancers. To stay healthy decide what role alcohol should play in your lifestyle.

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A Little Goes a Long Way

You're having a good time at a party and you drink a couple of glasses of wine and before you know it your talking louder than you usually do and swaying a bit when you walk. These reactions illustrate how quickly alcohol affects the brain. The brain is an intricate and complex structure. Research has identified regions of the brain that are the most vulnerable - cerebellum, limbic system, and cerebral cortex. These regions control our motor function, memory, emotion, and our ability to think, plan, behave intelligently, and interact socially.

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