How to Cope with a Teenage Drinker: Changing Adolescent Alcohol Abuse
Alcohol abuse among teenagers has reached epidemic proportions in the United States in the past few years. Youngsters are starting to drink earlier than ever - typically at age thirteen or fourteen - and more of them, both boys and girls, are drinking to intoxication on a regular basis.
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