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Alcohol A community takes action

Drinking affects young people physically and emotionally; they are injured and killed in alcohol-related incidents; kids use alcohol to cope with stress and be more comfortable in social situations. This can lead to dependence and addiction. Reducing underage requires a community-wide effort.

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