Tag: Alcohol

Did you know that alcohol companies have voluntary guidelines for where they place ads? 

For example, alcohol companies agree that they will advertise on television programs and websites where at least 70% of the audience is comprised of...

“The legal drinking age is 21. Thanks for not providing alcohol to teens.”

Despite the reminder this holiday season, teen drinking remains a serious problem in the United States. Underage drinking creates substantial health,...

Everyone can do something

Individuals and Organizations Can Help Reduce Teen Drinking

Each of us can do something to prevent teen drinking.

Media Can Help Reduce Teen Drinking

Steps media can take to reduce teen drinking injury.

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This website has tools and information to help parents and others reduce teen drinking and related harm.Teens who drink usually get alcohol from “social sources” — at parties, from older friends and family, or by taking it from a cabinet or...

Alcohol retailers play an essential role in reducing teen access. They can take steps to make sure that teens can't buy alcohol from their stores, and they can serve as a source of information to reduce the possibility that alcohol legally sold...

People look to their local media as leaders.

People look to their local media — newspaper and radio and television stations — as leaders in the community and as credible sources of information about important issues. Here's what media...

Each of us can do something to prevent teen drinking — and support our neighbors, business community, and service organizations that also want to help limit teen access to alcohol.

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What can you say to people who think teen drinking is not a serious problem?

Despite the law, the statistics, and the science, some people still think teen drinking is not a serious problem. Here are some of the more common questions and...

Media literacy techniques can help teens view alcohol marketing with a critical eye.

These days, advertising is almost everywhere we go — on television, in the bus, on the street, and on the Internet. Alcohol advertising is no exception. ...

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