U.S. High School Students Less Likely to Begin Drinking or Smoking Before Age 13 in 2009 Than in 1999

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June 21, 2010–A Weekly FAX from the Center for Substance Abuse Research reports on ‘U.S. High School Students Less Likely to Begin Drinking or Smoking Before Age 13 in 2009 Than in 1999’.

The percentage of high school students who first tried alcohol or cigarettes before age 13 has decreased over the past decade, according to data from the recently released 2009 Youth Risk Behavior Survey.

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