Medical Program Assistant | Mental Health Services
How much do you really know about your body’s relationship with alcohol?
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54 percent of students binge drink (have five or more drinks in a sitting) but being taken to detox is no party.
Prevention staff at University Health Services (UHS) understand the challenges that face first-year students, and use online programming, in addition to other educational tools, to teach students how to respond to difficult situations, including high-risk drinking, sexual assault and dating violence, and mental health crises.
Alcohol evaluation programs hope to examine, inspire change in high-risk drinkersUW-Madison students who are found responsible for violating either University Housing policy or state drinking laws will be required to take an educational alcohol program to help them consider their drinking and the effect it’s having on their success at UW-Madison.Choices About Alcohol is a […]
Most of us turn to some form of caffeine—whether it be in coffee, tea, or soda—for a quick boost when we’re lagging in energy. In moderate amounts, caffeine can help to decrease drowsiness and improve focus. But when caffeine is over-consumed or mixed with alcohol, the effects on the body can be anything but uplifting. […]
No chill: Drinking and dressing smarter in the Wisconsin winter The 2016 death of a young woman in Milwaukee who walked out into the freezing Wisconsin weather after a night of drinking underscores the dangers of alcohol consumption in winter. Alcohol consumption sometimes plays a role in hypothermia-related deaths like this. The Internet is rife […]
The truth about tolerance: How much do you really know about your body’s relationship with alcohol? It’s no secret that one of the side effects of drinking alcohol is a feeling of happiness, and while the majority of UW-Madison students don’t engage in high-risk drinking, many still believe that quantity is the secret to achieving […]