Drowning in a Bottle: Teens and Alcohol Abuse
Alcohol seems to be everywhere-on television commercials, in restaurants, at parties-and acceptance of its use by society makes it seem like it's not dangerous. But people often forget that alcohol is a drug. And in the United States, it's illegal for people under 21 years of age to buy or drink alcohol. Drowning in a Bottle: Teens and Alcohol Abuse examines teen drinking-why kids start and the consequences of this choice. It also offers real-world ways to say no to drinking and where to find help if someone you care about has a problem with alcohol.
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