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The Interactive Body

Alcohol affects most of your body systems and long-term abuse can lead to failure of multiple organs. See the Interactive Body from College Drinking Prevention to learn more about the effects of alcohol on the body.

Drugs of Abuse Facts

The National Institute on Drug Abuse provides up-to-date information on the most commonly abused drugs.

Rethinking Drinking: Alcohol and Your Health

The Rethinking Drinking website provides research based information from the National Institutes of Health regarding “low risk” drinking versus “risky” drinking.  Individuals can assess their own drinking pattern, learn about how much alcohol is too much, determine options for changing their drinking pattern if desired, and explore additional tips, tools, and available resources related to alcohol and health.

The Bacchus Network

The Bachus Network is an international association of 1,000 college- and university-based peer education programs focusing on alcohol abuse prevention, tobacco issues, and other health and safety initiatives for students. The BACCHUS Network officially merged with NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education to provide outstanding resources, professional development, and technical assistance to an even broader community of college and university professionals and students.

The Good Drugs Guide

The goal of the Good Drugs Guide is to make drug information easily accessible.  The drug guide provides basic information about all major drugs, including both illegal and prescription drugs. For drug identification, the site offers a comprehensive gallery of photos and provides insight into the effects and dangers associated with many drugs.  

The Virtual Bar App

The Virtual Bar is an interactive application for Android and iOS that uses the latest science to help you not only get a better understanding of how different factors affect your blood-alcohol concentration – or BAC – on an individual level, but also can help you see how your night could go depending on the food you eat, the water you drink throughout the night, and other important variables.