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Underage Drinking is Influenced By Exposure to Alcohol Ads, Study Finds

The post Underage Drinking is Influenced By Exposure to Alcohol Ads, Study Finds appeared first on Sober Nation. There’s no doubt about it – social media, television, and the internet all have a deep impact on us, and especially for young people. The culture of advertisements has changed from billboards and direct mailings to Facebook and TV ads. If you’re a 20-something or older chances are you’ve seen alcohol ads on your social networks, in your email, or when you’re watching your favorite TV or even listening to music on Spotify.
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