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Teenagers Face Indifference
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Young teenagers who have problems with alcohol can be reliably separated from their peers, a study by researchers at the Medical College of Wisconsin has found.
James Halikas said the survey of 910 adolescents under detention by the Milwaukee juvenile court between Jan. 1980 and Jan. 1981 was able to predict correctly 94% of the alcoholic teenagers and 90% of the nonalcoholic.
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