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    Say something if someone has had too much to drink.

    Help make a better Illini community for all and Re-Think The Drink.

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    Re-Think The Drink

    Drink water and eat before and while you drink alcohol.

    This helps your body slow down how quickly the alcohol is absorbed, stay hydrated, and avoid negative effects.

    Respect your body and Re-Think The Drink.

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    Re-Think The Drink

    Know the signs of alcohol poisoning.

    Symptoms include vomitting, slow and irregular breathing, low body temperature, passing out, and pale skin. Call 911 if you notice these signs.

    Source: www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/alcohol-poisoning/basics/symptoms/con-20029020

    Help make a better Illini community for all and Re-Think The Drink.

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    Re-Think The Drink

    Set your own limits, count your drinks, alternate alcohol and non-alcoholic drinks, and pace yourself.

    Respect other people and their limits and Re-Think The Drink.

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    Re-Think The Drink

    Driving while intoxicated can cost you. Have a plan to get home.

    Help make a better Illini community for all and Re-Think The Drink.

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Responding to students of concern and reporting threatening behavior

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