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Mme Collins, Health-Alcohol

Fatty liver a condition in which fats have built up in the liver, preventing normal functions of liver cells
Cirrhosis scarring: a condition of the liver in which scarring reduces blood flow in the liver
Multiplier effect the interaction caused by taking drugs or medicines with alcohol
Alcohol-impaired driving driving under the influence of alcohol
Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) a condition in which a fetus has been adversely affected by its mother’s heavy alcohol use during pregnancy: causes mental and physical abnormalities and mental retardation
DWI driving while intoxicated: BAC exceeds the limit allowed by law for adults
DUI driving under the influence: BAC exceeds the limit allowed by law for adults
Blood alcohol concentration (BAC) the amount of alcohol in a person’s blood expressed by a percentage
Alcoholism addiction to alcohol: a physical and psychological dependence on alcohol
Created by: MmeCollins0123