Alcohol Abuse

Stuwartclarck on July 10th, 2011

According, to the report submitted by National Institute of Drug Abuse in 2009, alcoholic beverages have been among the most widely used substances by American young people for a long period of time. In 2009, the proportions of 8th, 10th, and 12th graders who consume alcoholic beverages is 15%, 30%, and 44% respectively. Among 12th [...]

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Philip Amalong on March 26th, 2010

A report showed that teens in high school taking illegal drugs marijuana, and ecstasy are at increasing rates in 2009. It is the first high increase in teen drug use since 1998. After a decade of decreasing drug use in US teens, marijuana, and ecstasy use is reported to be increasing. For drug-prevention advocates, this [...]

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Stuwartclarck on March 3rd, 2010

Drug addiction is a serious problem for the teenagers. It is a worst thing for their upcoming future. The following measures have to be taken to steer them away from the drug abuse: Parents should first have to think about themselves and avoid drug or alcohol abuse because children generally start abusing drugs by seeing [...]

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Philip Milton on August 19th, 2008

The England government was successful in creating awareness among its youth on drugs and alcohol usage. According to, this result there is an increase in number of teenagers committing themselves towards proper drug treatment in the nation. According to a report released by the National Treatment Agency, around 24,000 people below the age 18 have [...]

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