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Twice the risk of developing alcoholism in children drowning in their parents.Studies with 5700, 13, and 16 year-old adolescents have shown that one quarter of those between 13 and 14, and more than 15 to 16 years, over half.
The 13-14 year olds drank 70 percent of alcohol and the 15-16 year old drank 89 percent. Most of them opened at the age of 12-16 years. Adolescents without parental controls are much more likely to engage in junk drinking in Britain.
The example of the parents is the most important for the child
According to a study conducted by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, adolescents whose parents do not know where they are on a Saturday night or unattended watch movies that are not recommended for those under 18 years of age.
The example is catching on"Parents have more influence over their children than we think," he said Claire Turner, a member of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. "What parents say and the way they relate to alcohol strongly influences how their adolescent children relate to alcohol," he added.
According to statistics released in September 2010, 39 percent of British men and 31 percent of women consume more than the usual amount of alcohol per day: 3-4 for men and 2-3 for women. (One liter of alcohol equals 10 milliliters of pure alcohol, that is, 25 milliliters of a 40 percent alcoholic beverage.)
According to the British Bureau of Statistics, the average alcohol consumption in 2009 was 12.4 units per week.
Baby Room: The study proves how true it is: direct parenting is much more effective in the case of parents. You can read more about this article in the Revised Order.