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NEW YORK, June 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The June 12 issue of PARADE magazine explores the growing trend of extreme underage drinking.
Binge drinking by young adults is prevalent in the United States and increasing in Europe.
Binge drinking, which is widespread among university students, especially in the United States, has been found to destroy long term memory even in young adults.
Binge drinking is prevalent among university students, especially in the United States.
In the past ten years, the proportion of British girls aged 16 to 24 who admit to binge drinking, or having at least six drinks in succession, has increased to 27% from 17%, think-tank Demos reports from data collected by YouGov.
A Loyola University Health System study has found another reason to not binge drink alcohol.
For some people, alcohol is a social lubricant.
Next week, Sarah Wollaston MP will put forward a private member's bill urging the government to adopt a new approach to protect UK children from alcohol advertising.
In a recent poll on Empowering Parents about teen substance abuse, 70% of parents surveyed said theyâ€™d caught their child drinking. Westbrook, Maine (Vocus/PRWEB) March 22, 2011 When Empowering Parents polled its readership about teen substance abuse, 70% of parents surveyed said theyâ€™d caught their child drinking.
Parents who are both present and engaged are the very best way of preventing teenagers from consuming large quantities of alcohol. Adolescents who smoke, stay out with their friends and have access to alcohol - from their parents, for example - when they are as young as 13 are at greater risk of becoming binge drinkers in their late teens, reveals a new thesis from Karolinska Institutet.
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