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A 12-ounce beer, a 4-ounce glass of wine and a 1-ounce shot of whiskey all contain the same amount of alcohol.
True False
You're likely to sleep better if you have a couple of drinks before going to bed.
True False
It's a good sign when people learn to handle alcohol better than they could when they first started to drink.
True False
Women react to alcohol differently than men, and generally can expect greater impairment from the same quantity of alcohol.
True False
If you are underage, it is legal for you to consume alcohol if your parents are present.
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Young people can't become alcoholics because they haven't been drinking long enough.
True False
A person can die from drinking too much alcohol at one sitting.
True False
In a bad car accident, the more alcohol you've consumed, the less likely you are to be seriously injured.
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If you had a biological parent who was alcoholic, chances are you won't become an alcoholic yourself because the gene is likely to skip your generation.
True False
There is less alcohol in "lite" beer than in regular beer.