Teen deaths from alcohol
It was the first night of Christmas vacation — one of the biggest teen party nights of the year. Seventeen-year-old Shelby Allen, an athlete, honors student, and avid shopper, begged for her older sister Tera's permission to borrow her VW Beetle for the occasion; she even offered to "detail" it. Debbie had no qualms about giving her daughter permission to head out and spend the night at her best friend Alyssa's house. Though Debbie's manner may be unassuming, she's always been known as one of the stricter parents in her neighborhood, thanks to her tough-as-nails career in law enforcement.
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Story of Teen's Death Exposes Danger of Binge Drinking
Underage Drinking | National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)
Download this publication Underage drinking is a serious public health problem in the United States. The consequences of underage drinking can affect everyone—regardless of age or drinking status. We all feel the effects of the aggressive behavior, property damage, injuries, violence, and deaths that can result from underage drinking.
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Tighter Alcohol Curbs For All Help Reduce Teen Motor Vehicle Deaths
The Youth Risk Behavior Survey 7 found that among high school students, during the past 30 days. In general, the risk of youth experiencing these problems is greater for those who binge drink than for those who do not binge drink. Reducing underage drinking will require community-based efforts to monitor the activities of youth and decrease youth access to alcohol. Recent publications by the Surgeon General 1 and the Institute of Medicine 5 outlined many prevention strategies for the prevention of underage drinking, such as enforcement of minimum legal drinking age laws, national media campaigns targeting youth and adults, increasing alcohol excise taxes, reducing youth exposure to alcohol advertising, and development of comprehensive community-based programs.
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