Download: When Should Parents Talk to Kids About Alcohol?

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It’s one of the many “talks” parents will need to have with their children:  The Drinking Talk.

But when is the right time to broach the subject?

According to a public service announcement campaign, it’s best to discuss the dangers of underage drinking at age 9.

That’s according to the “Talk.  They Hear You” campaign, as reported by Philly.com.

So when should parents start talking to their kids about drinking alcohol?  Do you agree with age 9?

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