What is it and what does it look like?: Alcohol is a central nervous system depressant that typically is found in liquid form and consumed orally.
Street names or slang terms: beer, wine, liquor, cooler, shots, malt liquor
Short and long term effects: dizziness, slurred speech, disturbed sleep, nausea, vomiting, hangovers, impaired motor skills, violent behavior, impaired learning, fetal alcohol syndrome, respiratory depression, long term use can lead to alcoholism and liver and heart disease, can cause death in high doses
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