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82.6% of ASU students use a designated driver when they drink (most of the time or always).
76.0% of ASU students eat before and/or while drinking (most of the time or always).
75.1% of ASU students either abstained from drinking, or consumed between 1 and 4 drinks of alcohol the last time they partied.
39.4% of ASU students did not drink alcohol in the last 30 days.
American College Health Association. American College Health Association-National College Health Assessment: Arizona State University Spring 2011. Baltimore: American College Health Association; Spring 2011 (n=1,748)
A hangover is the body’s reaction to the toxic effects of and withdrawal from alcohol.
All guests and hosts are accountable for following State of Arizona laws, city ordinances, and potential consequences for not adhering to social responsibilities and regulations. (http://www.azleg.gov/arizonarevisedstatutes.asp)
Do not drink alcohol if you are stressed, ill, tired, taking medications, pregnant, nursing, or considering pregnancy, driving, underage or in violation of the law, recovering, or related to someone with alcoholism.
A serious medical emergency requiring immediate attention.
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