Drinking Games, Alcohol Abuse and Overdose

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1994 days ago

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Drinking games can be very dangerous. Alcohol poisoning, overdoes and death are some of the risks of doing it. But teens usually find drinking games funny and they don't care about the consequences. This video shows Scott's story, a guy who died from alcohol poisoning after playing a drinking game. He was only fifteen. In the video, Dr. O'Brien also explains what happens when a teen arrives at the hospital after drinking too much and how doctors proceed. More info: http://www.hrmvideo.com


"Things were great before we had kids. But I’m worried. We’ve had some bad fights. And I can’t seem to reach him anymore. Every night he drinks a few beers and just sits in front of the TV."


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