Dating in middle school linked to substance abuse, dropping out

08/8/2013 | United Press International

U.S. researchers looked at 624 middle-school students from Georgia and found that those who dated had a higher risk of substance abuse and were more likely to drop out of high school than students who did not date. The study in the Journal of Research on Adolescence also showed that middle-school dating was associated with worse study skills.

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