Correct choices free us from over programming the clock and calendar.A new study reveals that 90 percent of Americans who are addicted to tobacco,
alcohol or other substances started smoking, drinking or using drugs before they
were 18 years old. And nearly half of American high school students now smoke,
drink or use other drugs, according to the researchers at the National Center on
Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) at Columbia University. They said their
findings show that adolescence is the most important period of life for the
start of substance abuse and its consequences. The investigators found that 75
percent (10 million) of all U.S. high school students have used addictive
substances such as tobacco, alcohol, marijuana or cocaine, and that 20 percent
of these students meet the medical criteria for addiction. Currently, 46 percent
(6.1 million) of all U.S. high school students use addictive substances and
one-third of them meet the medical criteria for addiction. Addiction is a
disease that in most cases begins in adolescence, so preventing or delaying
teens from using alcohol, tobacco or other drugs for as long as possible is
crucial to their health and safety.Get wise.
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