Alcohol use amongst young people can lead to a number of unplanned, unwanted and serious consequences including overdosing which would require immediate medical treatment. Criminal acts and also ending up as a victim of crime rise when young people get drunk as does assault, accidents, increased sexual activity & many other health issues.
Chief Medical Officers tell us that an alcohol free childhood is the best option and young people should avoid all alcohol until the age of at least 16 years old.
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