Survey affirms: Drugs, alcohol, sex are linked

March 2002
Contemporary Pediatrics;Mar2002, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p14
Confirms the connection between sexual activity and alcohol and drug abuse, according to a national survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation. Findings of the survey; Web site address of the foundation.


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