underage drinking

underage drinking

The consumption of alcohol under a legally specified age, usually before one's 21st birthday.
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SOUTHBRIDGE -- The Police Department said in a statement it was recently awarded $4,950 to combat underage drinking.
org and the George Mason University's Simulation & Game Institute, enables kids (6- to 9-year-olds) to learn about the negative consequences of underage drinking and empowers them to make healthy lifestyle decisions.
The APHA Affiliate is sponsoring a video contest in which students in grades nine through 12 are challenged to create a YouTube video highlighting the dangers of underage drinking.
A BID to stop underage drinking has been launched in Bedlington.
The Lane County commissioners are moving forward with an ordinance to crack down on underage drinking by punishing parents and other property owners.
Washington, Apr 8 (ANI): State laws aimed at reducing underage drinking save 732 lives a year in the U.
A FOUR-DAY operation in Aberbargoed has been held to help reduce anti-social behaviour and underage drinking.
Synopsis: A recent Gallup Poll finds widespread opposition to lowering the drinking age to 18 in America and majority support for making the penalties for underage drinking stricter.
The initiative provides both kids and parents with information and strategies to jumpstart conversations about the dangers of underage drinking.
Moritsugu laid out recommendations for government and school officials, parents, other adults, and young people, saying that although the use of tobacco and illicit drugs has declined significantly, underage drinking has remained consistently high.
Communities across the United States continue to see the epidemic of underage drinking grow.
Sandwell Council, West Midlands Police, Sandwell Primary Care Trust (PCTs) and other agencies are working together in the Safer Sandwell Partnership to reduce underage drinking.