Not sure which textbook to go for...Watch this thread
'Drinking too much alcohol has been shown to cause liver disease. The liver breaks down alcohol, but the reaction can damage its cells. Liver cells may also be damaged when toxic chemicals leak from the gut due to damage to the intestines caused by alcohol. Too much alcohol can affect brain function too. It can damage the nerve cells in the brain, causing the brain to lose volume.'
'Smoking when pregnant reduces the amount of oxygen the baby receives in the womb and can cause lots of health problems for the unborn baby. Drinking alcohol has similar effects. Alcohol can damage the baby’s cells, affecting its development and causing a wide range of health issues'
Are these answers correct and sufficient? Because even Bitesize goes into more detail regarding this. However, some of the AQA textbook's explanations seem long and with too much detail, same with Bitesize on certain topics. Which do you prefer - what would you recommend?
also print out a pixl checklist for your science subjects. they really do help! type in "AQA gcse chemistry/biology/physics revision PIXL checklist" make sure you get the one for either combined or triple/single science.
also, the aqa textbook is way too hard to take in info but do the questions if you do get it cos theyll give an idea of the actual questions that'll come up!