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Authoritative parents better at preventing kids’ binge drinking, study finds

 

June 29, 2010 | Daniel Kanis

Tralee Pearce, Globe and Mail Jun. 24, 2010: Peer influence is known to be a major factor in whether teens binge-drink. But it turns out that parents play a part as well: A Brigham Young University study reveals that those with an authoritative, nurturing style were the least likely to have children who drink heavily. [Read more here.]

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