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Alcohol is considered a gateway drug because: A. Under the influence of alcohol, people get more daring and more willing to try things they would never try if they didn't drink.B. Advertising for
alcohol also promotes drug use.C. Drug pushers supply alcohol for people too young to buy it themselves
Alcohol is considered a gateway drug because: A. Under the influence of alcohol, people get more daring and more willing to try things they would never try if they didn't drink. source-
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User: Alcohol is considered a gateway drug because: A. Under the influence of alcohol, people get more daring and more willing to try things they would never try if they didn't drink.B. Advertising for alcohol also promotes drug use.C. Drug pushers supply alcohol for people too young to buy it themselves

Weegy: Alcohol is considered a gateway drug because: A. Under the influence of alcohol, people get more daring and more willing to try things they would never try if they didn't drink. source-
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User: Alcohol is involved in about ______ of traffic crashes in which someone is killed. A. 32%B. 22%C. 12%

Weegy: B. 22%
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User: Alcohol is a __________ A. stimulant.B. depressant.C. neither.

User: Alcohol is a __________

Weegy: Ethanol is a mood altering drug.
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User: Alcohol is a __________ A. stimulant.B. depressant.C. neither.

User: A drug user who may feel several different emotions at once or swing rapidly from one emotion to another is probably under the influence of a __________ A. narcotic.B. depressants.C. hallucinogen

User: Which of the following is not normally affected by long term alcohol use? A. Cirrhosis of the liverB. Reduced inhibitionsC. Heart damage

Weegy: C. Heart damage is not normally affected by long term alcohol use.
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