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According to a new study, kids who have easy access to alcohol and drugs at home are more likely to become drinkers and drug users as young adults.
According to study author Peterson, a freelance investigator, "the availability of illegal drugs and alcohol in the home while growing up is a major determinant in the later use of substances."
His team analyzed data from approximately 15,000 young americans, who were questioned on average between the ages of 16 and 29.
Overall, youths who had access to alcohol and illegal substances began drinking and using drugs at a younger age and used more alcohol and illicit drugs in their 20s. This discovery was more prominent in males than in females.
According to the study, whites were more likely to drink and use drugs as young adults than blacks, Hispanics, and Asians, despite having better access to alcohol and drugs in the family as teenagers.
It was recently published in the Washington Independent Investigation article, that you can find here.
"While there have been many studies associating parental alcohol and drug use to substance use among teenagers," Peterson noted in a university news release, "there is minimal study on how the availability of alcohol and drugs in the household may influence future patterns of use among offspring."
Rural areas teenagers
For school-aged children, ease of access to drugs has been proven to have a direct and substantial association with substance use. Previous study with rural middle and high school students has found that perceived ease of access to drugs is a major predictor of recent use among rural adolescents; however, it is unclear if perceived access to substances differs between rural and urban settings.
The goal of this research was to look at how perceived ease of access to alcohol, smoking and chewing tobacco, marijuana, and seven other drugs differed between rural and urban locations in order to better educate and support future substance use prevention and programming initiatives in rural communities.
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