Downtoearthvideo.com issue their Teenage Alcohol Abuse Statistics for 2011
Downtoearthvideo.com has just released their Teenage Alcohol Abuse Statistics for 2011. Related sites are already starting to publish the results.
Houston, TX. (PRWEB) November 24, 2011
Downtoearthvideo.com has just issued their Teenage Alcohol Abuse Statistics for 2011. All the statistical findings of the team in this sector can now be downloaded on the site immediately.
John Murray, head of statistics at the site said that, Ã¢Å“we are really glad to finally be able to release our Teenage Alcohol Abuse Statistics for this year. We have worked extremely hard to get these findings and we are hoping that people will appreciate what we have done. We have interviewed over 2000 teenagers this year about their drinking habits and we have gone into a lot of detail with them. We were surprised at how much the teenagers were actually drinking and the fact that many of them had moved towards spirits compared to this time last year. We hope that our findings will be helpful to people involved in the care of teenagers with alcohol problems.Ã¢
The new Teenage Alcohol Abuse Statistics from downtoearthvideo.com have already appeared on a number of different sites out there of organizations that are related to this area of interest. Michael OÃ¢Brien, the manager behind parentsagainstteenagealcohol.com has said that, Ã¢Å“these are actually the kind of results that we were expecting to see this year even though we are not happy about them.Ã¢ He went onto say that Ã¢Å“we are however very grateful for downtoearthvideo.com for putting them out there in the public arena.
The people at downtoearthvideo.com realize that there are many parents out there that may wish to try to get their teenagers off alcohol and that is why they have come up with a number of solutions on their site of treatments that might help with this issue. The statistics and the potential solutions to alcohol abuse can both be downloaded at http://downtoearthvideo.com/715/teenage-alcohol-abuse-statistics.html.
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