WY: 39% of Fatal Crashes in Wyoming Involve Alcohol

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WY: 39% of Fatal Crashes in Wyoming Involve Alcohol Laramie Live By Adlynn Jamaludin September 26, 2022 There has been quite a number of DUI cases happening around Wyoming as of late and according to QuoteWizard, 39% of Wyoming’s fatal crashes involve alcohol. The study reports that traffic fatalities are up by 20% in Wyoming, and many of those crashes involve alcohol. Driving impaired …

Adults who misused alcohol as teens report dissatisfaction and poor health in midlife, study finds

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Adults who misused alcohol as teens report dissatisfaction and poor health in midlife, study finds A Virginia Commonwealth University- and Rutgers-led study of more than 2,700 pairs of twins showed the consequences of drinking in adolescence for health can last decades. VCU News By Mary Kate Brogan September 27, 2022 Teen alcohol misuse is a catalyst of poor life satisfaction …

TX: Public Health and Safety Experts Train Law Enforcement in Underage Drinking Interventions, Breaking Up Underage Drinking Parties

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TX: Public Health and Safety Experts Train Law Enforcement in Underage Drinking Interventions, Breaking Up Underage Drinking Parties Fort Bend Herald Source: PR Newswire September 28, 2022 DALLAS, Sept. 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Statewide public health experts Texans for Safe and Drug-Free Youth (TxSDY) this week hosted a training program for law enforcement from across the state, on how to …

The Opportunities to Change College Drinking

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The Opportunities to Change College Drinking Source: Public Action Management, PLC Pamela S. Erickson, CEO September 26, 2022 In Texas, the Alcohol Beverage Control agency launched a statewide effort to check over 1,000 retailers’ efforts to prevent sales to minors. The mission was targeted to coincide with the start of the college Fall semester. They found that 14% of those …

Parents influence perceptions of alcohol, study finds

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Parents influence perceptions of alcohol, study finds The Drinks Business By Jessica Mason September 26, 2022 Despite not drinking alcohol until adolescence, a study has found that children can internalise adult drinking behaviours from a young age. The research, which took place in the Netherlands, was led by Dr Megan Cook and Professor Emmanuel Kuntsche, from the Centre of Alcohol …

Teen driving deaths climbed in U.S. during first year of pandemic, study says

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Teen driving deaths climbed in U.S. during first year of pandemic, study says Source: https://www.silive.com/ September 22, 2022 The number of teen drivers and passengers killed in auto accidents in the United States increased by nearly 20% during the first year of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, according to a recent study. For years, traffic crashes have been the number one …

Should I give my teen alcohol? Just a sip, the whole can, or none at all?

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Should I give my teen alcohol? Just a sip, the whole can, or none at all? The Conversation Authors: Alexandra Aiken, Adjunct Associate Lecturer, UNSW Sydney, Amy Peacock, Senior Research Fellow, UNSW Sydney, Philip Clare, Biostatistician, University of Sydney, Wing See Yuen, Research fellow, UNSW Sydney September 22, 2022 You’re at a barbecue and the adults are enjoying a few …

The Opportunities to Change College Drinking

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The Opportunities to Change College Drinking Healthy Alcohol Marketplace By Pamela S. Erickson, Public Action Management September 23, 2022 In Texas, the Alcohol Beverage Control agency launched a statewide effort to check over 1,000 retailers’ efforts to prevent sales to minors. The mission was targeted to coincide with the start of the college Fall semester. They found that 14% of …

Virginia Commonwealth University to pay nearly $1m to family of alcohol poisoning victim at fraternity party

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Virginia Commonwealth University to pay nearly $1m to family of alcohol poisoning victim at fraternity party Yahoo! News By Andrea Blanco September 21, 2022 The family of a fatal hazing victim at Virginia Commonwealth University will receive nearly $1million settlement. Nineteen-year-old Adam Oakes died of alcohol poisoning after pledging VCU’s Delta Chi on 27 February 2021. The fraternity was eventually …

NY: Teen driving deaths climbed in U.S. during first year of pandemic, study says

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NY: Teen driving deaths climbed in U.S. during first year of pandemic, study says Silive By Ann Marie Barron September 21, 2022 STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. –The number of teen drivers and passengers killed in auto accidents in the United States increased by nearly 20% during the first year of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, according to a recent study. For years, …