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The Consequences of Underage Drinking

When it comes to underage drinking, New Jersey has very clear laws in regard to what is considered underage drinking and what should be considered as the consequences. The drinking age in New Jersey, and […]

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Learn what you can do to help student athletes stay away from opioids through patient centered care and working with parents. […]

Underage Drinking and the Brain

In the United States, the drinking age is 21. Many other countries, though, have a lower drinking age from 16-18, depending on hard liquor or beer or wine. Due to the various differences in the […]

Alcohol Advertisement and Underage Drinking

Alcohol advertising is legal. It is something that is seen every where, from billboards to commercials on TV, to ads in magazines. Movies and shows glorify that of drinking, especially in college and underage students. […]

Tackling Opioids through Prevention in Athletes June newsletter. Learn about alternatives to pain management and the importance of Athletic Trainers.