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Why would people who are under age want to drink Well under age drinking isnt to uncommon 1 Studies say that approximately 6 of 10-11 year old children use alcohol 25 by the age of 14 and 55 by the age of 17 Approximately 92 percent of high school kids have used alcohol of the 92 percent 64 percent use alcohol on a regular basis Sometimes teenage kids drink under stress Stress can be overwelming and kids dont know how to deel with it Drinking is a way for them to forget about there problems and have fun Kids also think that since there young that they cant get sick or even die from drinking There wrong Under age drinking is the main cause of alcohol abuse and alcohol related health problems Alot of kids think that they cant get addicted to alcohol but then they do and cant stop2Alcohol causes a lot of harm to the human body Such harm like cirrhosis of the liver digestive tract diseases and many types of cancer There is also some benefits of drinking but only on moderate levels Moderate drinking can lower the risk of coronary heart disease and can even help aid the common cold Even though some drinking is good for the body you have to know how much and not to exceed that level3 Alot of teenagers arent worried about there health so they just drink to get drunk If you ever thought just because there is laws against anyone under the age of 21 to buy alcohol those who are under age cant still buy it You were wrong 4There is so many ways to get alcohol for minors Some of the ways minors buy there alcohol is with fake IDs stealing having someone of age buy it for you or if you look old enough you wont get carded Getting fake IDs is extremely easy all you need is about fourty dollars
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