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Title:Cups :
Publisher:Utah. Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
Agency:Alcoholic Beverage Control
Date Published:2009
Pages:0:30 min.
Description:At what age does the human brain mature enough to handle alcohol? New research shows underage drinking can cause permanent damage to a teens brain, harming memory, judgment, reasoning, and impulse control. Which shouldn't be a surprise because an adolescen'ts brain is developing almost as fast as an infant's. Set clear rules. No underage drinking in Utah. is a media and education campaign designed to prevent and reduce underage drinking in Utah by providing parents and guardians with information about the harmful effects of alcohol on the developing teen brain, along with proven skills for preventing underage alcohol use.
Type (DCMI):Image; MovingImage
Type (Utah):Video
Internet Media Type:video/mp4
Topic:Health; Human services and social programs
Subject (LCSH):Children--Alcohol use; Drinking of alcoholic beverages; Drinking of alcoholic beverages--Prevention; Alcoholism--Prevention; Child rearing; Parenting; Advertising, Public service; Television advertising; Advertising campaigns; Children--Alcohol use--Prevention; Children--Health and hygiene; Teenagers--Alcohol use; Teenagers--Alcohol use--Prevention; Teenagers--Health and hygiene; Youth--Alcohol use; Youth--Alcohol use--Prevention; Youth--Health and hygiene
Subject (MeSH):Alcohol Drinking; Parenting; Child rearing; Child; Adolescent; Advertising as Topic
Place:Utah, United States,, 39.25024, -111.75103
Rights:The Utah State Library Division considers state publications made available by state agencies and political subdivisions as required by Utah Code Ann. § 9-7-201 to 9-7-209 to be in the public domain under U.S. copyright law (17 U.S.C.). All informational materials in this government publication are in the public domain, and as such, are not restricted by copyright law unless otherwise stated.
Collection:Utah State Publications; Utah Public Health Library
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Document ID:83569

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