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Energy Drinks and Alcohol Marin Institute Presentation
Slide 1: Michele Simon, JD, MPH James Mosher, JD Marin Institute Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation
Slide 2: FORMULA FOR GETTING KIDS HOOKED START WITH SUGARY SOFT DRINKS ↓ ADD CAFFIENE ENERGY DRINKS ↓ ADD ALCOHOL ALCOHOLIC ENERGY DRINKS
Slide 3: Three-point-plan for targeting youth 1) create brand confusion with nonalcoholic versions 2) provide a cheap alternative to mixing energy drinks with alcohol 3) deploy youth-friendly grassroots and viral marketing
Slide 4: Exploding Popularity of Energy Drinks • 500 new energy drink products introduced worldwide in 2006 • Energy drink sales = $3.2 billion • 31 percent of 12- to 17-year-olds are regular consumers v. 22 percent of 25- to 34-year-olds — Mintel Group
Slide 5: The Energy Drink Market: Youth Driven • One in three teens are likely to use energy drinks compared to one in ten adults. • Youth consumption is rapidly increasing. • Energy drinks help teens augment their rebellious image—legally.
Slide 6: Youth/Adult Energy Drink Consumers 35% 30% 25% 20% Youth (12-17) 15% Adults (18+) 10% 5% 0% Regular Heavy Users Users (10+/month)
Slide 7: Brand Confusion Which Contain Alcohol?
Alcohol & Drug Abuse
Slide 1: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Diabetes & Heart Care Clinic Dr.R.Ravindranath M.D. Consultant in Cardiac & Diabetic Care H2, Turnbulls Road , 1st Cross street, On Chamiers road (Next to Canara Bank) Nandanam, Chennai – 600 035 Phone: Clinic 24355368 Residence 42112244 Mobile 9381047102
Slide 2: Alcohol Alcoholic drinks have been prepared and drunk for thousands of years, and the problems that can accompany excess alcohol intake have undoubtedly been around just as long. Alcohol (Arabic al-kuhul), term applied to members of a group of chemical compounds and, in popular usage, to the specific compound ethyl alcohol, or ethanol. The Arabic word denotes kohl, a fine powder of antimony used as an eye makeup. The word alcohol originally denoted any fine powder; the alchemists of medieval Europe later applied it to essences obtained by distillation, and this led to the current usage.
Slide 3: Types of Alcohol By destructive distillation of Methyl (wood Solvent for fats, oils, resins, nitrocellulose. wood. Also by synthesis alcohol, Manufacture of dyes, formaldehyde, from hydrogen and carbon methanol antifreeze solutions, special fuels, monoxide under high ) plastics. pressure. By fermentation of sugar, Solvent for products such as lacquers, paints, starch, or waste sulfite Ethyl (grain liquor. Synthesis from varnishes, glues, pharmaceuticals, alcohol, explosives. Also as ‘building block’ in ethylene or acetylene. ethanol) making high-molecular-weight chemicals. Direct hydration of ethylene. By hydration of propylene from Isopropyl Solvent for oils, gums, alkaloids, resins. cracked gases. Also as by- (isopropa Making acetone, soap, antiseptic product of certain nol) solutions. fermentation processes. Solvent for lacquers, resins, coatings, films, As a coproduct of air oxidation waxes. Also as brake fluid, in Normal propyl of propane and butane manufacture of propionic acid, mixtures. plasticizers. By fermentation of starch or Solvent for nitrocellulose, ethyl cellulose, Butyl (n- sugar. Also by synthesis, lacquer, urea-formaldehyde, urea- using ethyl alcohol or melamine plastics. Diluent of hydraulic butanol) acetylene. fluids, extractant of drugs.
Alcohol and Young People
Slide 1: Alcohol and Young People Andrew Brown Coordinator Drug Education Forum
Slide 2: The following charts have been developed using figures from Smoking, drinking and drug use among young people in England in 2006, Information Centre 2007 CONTEXT
Slide 3: Proportion of pupils who had ever had an alcoholic drink
Slide 4: Proportion of pupils who had drunk alcohol in the last week
Slide 5: Proportion of pupils who had drunk alcohol in the last week, by age
Slide 6: Proportion of pupils who drank alcohol in the last week
Slide 7: Proportion of boys who drank alcohol in the last week
Slide 8: Proportion of girls who drank alcohol in the last week
Slide 9: Proportion of pupils who drank alcohol in the last week, by sex and age
Alcohol and the Family
Two middle school students present their Health Report using Storytelling and some Hyperlinks
Slide 1: Papa Mama Jr.
Slide 2: Part one • Once upon a time, in a place where everyone smiles, lived a normal family. • With a PAPA, a MAMA, and a JR. (son) The perfect family, or so one would think….
Slide 3: Part two • But they weren’t; PAPA and MAMA drank way too much and JR got stuck in the middle of all of it. ur Not again d yo an You drinks I thi MAR nk we’re y k wea the wa TINI S!! T out of is EER o go Last glass his is th B T e ahhh !!
Slide 4: Part three • One day, as JR was on his way to school, he heard his parent’s fighting again. You’re al ways me Oh, no not again! ssing up my lif g as e; why d I wish they would ve as lon on’t lea you just Fine, I’ll you. leave and stop fighting! ay from Go I am aw Away This always happens OU!! I HATE Y Forever!! when they drink too ! much **sighs**
Slide 5: Part four • JR is used to his parents fighting, but sometimes they go too far and his PAPA will hit his MAMA or they both might hit him. Waaaaaaaaaaaa This is what you get! We wish we Aaaaaaaaaaaa never had a child like you. . . Aaaaaaaaaaaa We hate you!! Help!
Slide 6: Part five • JR would not let anyone near him until one day when his teacher Ms.Smiley asked what was up. What’s wrong JR.. You can trust me I won’t tell anyone, teachers Well okay I guess I can trust you; it’s honor! My parents……..
Dangers of Alcohol
Slide 1: alcohol by: Kaitlynn H. Period and Mr. Gammill
Slide 2: alcohol abuse • parental alcohol abuse may be associated with the physical or sexual abuse of children. • The experience of being abused as a child may increase a person’s risk for alcohol-related problems as an adult. • May lead to antisocial behavior; and psychological problems.
Slide 3: short-term effects of alcohol • chemicals affect mucosal lining, tongue, gums, and throat • brain becomes less able to control the body • alcohol causes the heart to beat faster and the blood vessels to widen
Slide 4: alcohol content of beverages • beer 5% alcohol • wine 12-15% alcohol • vodka or whiskey 40% alcohol
Slide 5: alcohol and the individual • speed. Drinking a lot in a short amount of time causes the alcohol to remain in the bloodstream longer • quantity. The metabolism of alcohol takes place at a fairly constant rate • food. A person who has eaten recently has food in the stomach, this slows down the passing of alcohol into the blood stream
Physiology of Addiction by Carl Christensen
Slide 1: Physiology of Addiction Carl Christensen, MD PhD Dawn Farm Education Series October 25, 2007
Slide 2: History: Tommy Walker Tommy Walker has been sent to you for addiction evaluation. He began drinking when he was 13. His mother also admits to drinking during her pregnancy with him. When he was born, he was small, irritable and was “slow to grow” Dawn Farm Education Series Oct 25, 2007 2
Slide 3: Neuroplasticity/Neurotoxicity Neuro = brain Plasticity = change toxicity = damage Exposure to drugs and alcohol in the womb can cause permanent damage Most extreme example: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) Dawn Farm Education Series Oct 25, 2007
Slide 4: FAS Dawn Farm Education Series Oct 25, 2007
Slide 5: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Dawn Farm Education Series Oct 25, 2007