A Long Island man is accused of endangering the welfare of a child after officers found 42 drunk teens, beer and booze on the bus he was driving Monday night, police said. State police received a call at p. Monday reporting screaming at the Sunrise Highway rest area in Southampton. Police arrived to find 42 teens, ages 16 and 17, in "various stages of intoxication," and more than cans of beer and "several gallons of various opened and empty whiskey and rum bottles" on the bus, state police said. The bus driver, Luis A.
Tobacco Companies Still Target Youth Despite a Global Treaty
Tobacco Companies Still Target Youth Despite a Global Treaty - Scientific American
Twenty-two years ago a team of researchers traveled to some U. That now seminal study , in which 91 percent of the three- and six-year-olds they tested correctly paired mascot Joe Camel with his matching cigarettes, set off a cascade of antismoking legislation aimed at shielding American youth from aggressive tobacco ads. And in the World Heath Organization followed suit with an international treaty designed to limit the marketing power of tobacco companies in developing countries. But new findings suggest that tobacco companies have succeeded in moving their campaign overseas regardless of international recommendations. Among the 2, five- and six-year-olds they interviewed, 68 percent could identify at least one tobacco logo.
This is no ordinary resource: It includes a fictional story, quizzes, crosswords and even a treasure hunt. Show me how No, thank you. Aboriginal people and alcohol—this combination raises a lot of misconceptions. Nearly everyone in Australia has seen Aboriginal people drinking or drunk in parks, yelling at each other. But is this representative of all Aboriginal people of Australia?
A new study reveals several areas in the North East of England are hotbeds of teen alcohol abuse. Mirror Online reports data for the past three years from Public Health England shows South Tyneside is the worst place in the country for unders needing hospital treatment for drinking too much. Here about per , population were treated in hospital over three years. Researchers from the universities of Bath and Nottingham analysed seven hours of footage over 10 episodes of season 11 from the show. They found 78 per cent of scenes contained alcohol content, 30 per cent featured alcohol use, 72 per cent had inferred alcohol use and 59 per cent of other scenes contained other alcohol references.