Alcohol is Toxic
Alcohol is a cancer causing toxin with no benefit and should not be consumed. It's accepted by society because it's a great way to bring in money, cause illness, and profit further. Drinking when one is a teen can cause serious, long-term damage to the brain and body. Save your money and drink something healthy!
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Alcohol is one of the most dangerous substances humans consume, and yet it’s socially accepted in many parts of the world.

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If you don’t do it when going to parties, you are “uncool” and people consider you an outcast. In fact, many teen, and especially college, parties consists of this very toxic substance. People can’t seem to have a good time without it. Dependency is extremely high, as are people using “I was drunk” as an excuse.

Pretty friends drinking shots together
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Not to also mention the number of deaths this substance has caused, directly (eg. alcohol poisoning) and indirectly (eg. drunk driving). Responsible people are also hard to come by. It’s so sad to see the damage this substance causes to so many people.

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Alcohol breaks down in the body to acetaldehyde, which is carcinogenic. Alcohol damages the body physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. The reason it is “legal” and yet other substances that are less harmful aren’t is primarily because there is big money to be made with alcohol. These stores and bars are strategically placed in locations to draw in the crowd, especially youth, to generate a profit off the cheap thrills this substance provides.

Barman with whiskey glass and money in his hands.
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