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Alcohol During COVID-19
March 2, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST
Up to 1/3 of college students say they’ve participated in binge drinking. On top of that, the American Heart Association says alcohol sales and consumption have gone up during the pandemic. Drinking alcohol has effects on physical health, increasing the risk of liver and heart disease, as well as worsening anxiety and depression. It also negatively alters memory, judgement, and decision making. Learn about safer consumption of alcohol, alternative coping mechanisms to the stress and anxiety of the pandemic, and the alcohol-related resources available to you during COVID-19.
Note: You can choose to attend anonymously by signing out of your Zoom account prior to the webinar, joining the meeting, and choosing an alias display name when prompted.
Registration Link: https://health.wayne.edu/alcohol-during-covid-19/
Hosted by: Campus Health Center
Online Location: https://health.wayne.edu/alcohol-during-covid-19/
Additional Information can be found at: https://getinvolved.wayne.edu/event/6741707