Science-based alcohol curriculum in development

09/10/2007 | Science Daily Magazine

A new federally funded research project aims to use new science lessons to convince middle school students not to abuse alcohol. "Capitalizing on middle schoolers' natural curiosity about their minds and bodies and presenting scientific evidence of how alcohol affects them is quite innovative," said Dr. David Hanson, an expert in youth alcohol use. "This work could have major impact on how parents and teachers talk to youth about drinking."

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