The Risks of Advertising Alcohol Rebecca Speight

Advertisements are being seen more and more by younger people. Because of this, younger people are starting to think that drinking is completely fine to do.

Because younger people's minds are still developing, they are very impressionable.

When underage individuals begin to drink, they are taking on the consequences that are already associated with drinking, and for them the risks are far greater.

Risks include addiction, and increased risk for developing diseases later in life.

I think that the government should put regulations in place that would decrease the likelihood of younger people seeing the advertisements.

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