National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Announces Content on the Global Online Learning Platform Kahoot!

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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has partnered with the global online learning platform Kahoot! to provide free interactive quizzes and games for educators and learners. NIH’s Kahoot! page has grown to feature content on teen depression, superbugs, health literacy, lung health, and other health topics.

The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) recently joined the NIH Kahoot! site with a quiz about how alcohol affects a teen’s health. Now high schoolers, at home or in the classroom, can learn how alcohol affects the teen brain and body by taking NIAAA’s Kahoot! quiz about underage drinking. The quiz is designed to help students understand the negative health consequences associated with drinking, the signs of an alcohol problem, and how teens can find support for friends, family, or themselves.

The Kahoot! quiz is just one of a number of resources NIAAA has developed to help students, educators, and parents learn about underage drinking. These resources are all available via NIAAA’s Underage Drinking landing page for easy, one-stop access and include: