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Downtoearthvideo.com Releases Their Teenage Alcohol Abuse Statistics for December 2011

December 23, 2011

Downtoearthvideo.com releases their teenage alcohol abuse statistics for December 2011. The news has been well received.

Houston, TX. (PRWEB) December 23, 2011

Downtoearthvideo.com has just released their teenage alcohol abuse statistics for December 2011 for the readers that are on their mailing list. The team at the site are saying that the figures will make for very interesting reading for many interested parties out there.

Simon Foxwell, one the people behind the release of the teenage alcohol abuse statistics said that “this is something that we at the site have put a lot of effort into in the past few months and we are hoping that people will be able to see the level of commitment that we have put into compiling these stats. We have talked to some of the top researchers in the sector and have got some of the most reliable up to date statistics that are available on the market today in relation to teenagers abusing alcohol. Our hope is that parents and care workers will be able to use these statistics to better inform themselves as to what is really going on with our kids today”.

The news of the teenage alcohol abuse statistics that the people at Downtoearthvideo.com have released has been popping up on a number of sites in the alcohol niche all over the web and there are a lot of comments that are in praise of the release of these new stats. Many of the comments are commending the lengths to which to researchers have gone to, to put out something like this for followers of the site.

The team at Downtoearthvideo.com have gone a step further this week in providing great content for their readers and have gone ahead and put together a report on binge drinking and how to give it up which is available on the site for free right now at http://downtoearthvideo.com/.

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