Children Who Sip Alcohol More Likely to Become Teens Who Get Drunk: Study Children Who Sip Alcohol More Likely to Become Teens Who Get Drunk: StudyPartnership for Drug-Free Kids, April 2nd, 2015 Children who are allowed to sip alcohol are more likely to drink by the time they reach ninth grade, a new study finds. Researchers at Brown University found children who had sipped alcohol by the time they were in sixth... read more
Longitudinal Effects of School Drug Policies on Student Marijuana Use in Washington State and Victoria, AustraliaAmerican Journal of Public Health, March 19, 2015 Objectives: We examined the longitudinal effect of schools’ drug policies on student marijuana use. Methods: We used data from the International Youth Development Study, which surveyed state-representative samples of... read more
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