Seeing and liking alcohol advertising on television among underage youths was associated with the onset of drinking, binge drinking and hazardous drinking, according to a study. Alcohol is the most common drug used by young people. In 2013, 66.2 percent of U.S. high school students reported trying alcohol, 34.9 percent reported alcohol use in the past 30 days and 20.8 percent reported recent binge drinking. Science Daily
A recent research study is really counter-intuitive. It says that expansion of gambling doesn't lead to increased gambling.
COMMENT: this is absurd. If no gambling opportunities exist, then there will be no gambling. If gambling is "expanded" and made available, then there will be some gambling. There has to be a lower threshold and an upper threshold for this to be true.
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