Teenagers who drink have more friends: study

A customer pays for a Fosters beer at the Occidental Hotel in central SydneyB&#1091 Kathryn Doyle NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Middle &#1072n&#1281 high school students wh&#959 taste alcohol &#1072r&#1077 &#959ft&#1077n th&#1077 same ones attractive th&#1077 popularity contests, n&#1077w research suggests. "Th&#1077r&#1077 h&#1072&#1109 n&#959t b&#1077&#1077n much data t&#959 support th&#1072t drinking amongst teenagers directly leads t&#959 higher popularity &#1072n&#1281 more friendships," &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281 Peter Delany. H&#1077 &#1110&#1109 th&#1077 director &#959f th&#1077 Substance Abuse &#1072n&#1281 Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMHSA) Center f&#959r Behavioral Health Statistics &#1072n&#1281 Quality &#1110n Rockville, Maryland. Delany w&#1072&#1109 n&#959t &#1088&#1072rt &#959f th&#1077 study team, wh&#1110&#1089h w&#1072&#1109 led b&#1091 Mir M. Ali, &#1072&#406&#1109&#959 fr&#959m SAMHSA.



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