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Linked-In Teen drinking is not inevitable. One way to prevent teens from drinking is to cut off easy access to alcohol. Unfortunately, right now most teens report that it is easy to get alcohol. They get it from friends or family members, at parties, or by taking it without permission. Underage drinkers who pay for alcohol usually give money to someone else to buy it.
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Unfortunately, right now most teens report that it is easy to get alcohol. They get it from friends or family members, at parties, or by taking it without permission. Underage drinkers who pay for alcohol usually give money to someone else to buy it. When in doubt, lock it up.