A University of North Carolina study report that adolescents who drink heavily may be more likely to have deficits in adapting to life situations as adults. Teen drinking affects long-term structural changes in the brain’s frontal cortex, the part of the brain that allows us to predict consequences, control our impulse and refine reasoning.
Experts agree: Alcohol is the most dangerous drug of all.
“There’s not even a comparison. This is by far the number one health problem that young people face in our society”
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