Study says teens given alcohol at home more likely to regularly drink

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Is it OK for parents to give their children alcohol?

A new study says teens exposed to alcohol at home are more likely to regularly drink and to suffer alcohol-related harm.

Researchers found 81 percent of teens who received alcohol from their parents reported binge drinking at least once.

That’s compared to 62 percent of teens whose parents don’t give them alcohol.

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