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JAN 29, 2015 - Huffington Post

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Dartmouth Creates New Rules, Bans Liquor To Tame 'Heavy-Drinking' Culture

Dartmouth College will roll out a number of new policies in an effort to address binge drinking, hazing and sexual assault on campus, Dartmouth President Phil Hanlon announced in a speech on Thursday. The college's trustees have already approved a reform plan that includes such action items as banning hard liquor that is at least 15 percent alcohol; increasing penalties ...

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JAN 29, 2015 - Yahoo! News

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Dartmouth College to ban hard alcohol on campus

(Reuters) - Dartmouth College will ban hard alcohol on campus as it seeks to cut down on binge drinking among students, the Ivy League school's president said on Thursday. The ban, which applies to students and all college-sponsored events, comes at a time when universities across the United States are trying to fight what the White House has described as ...

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JAN 22, 2015 - Huffington Post

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More Evidence That Alcohol Ads Are Linked To Teen Binge Drinking

By Andrew M. Seaman (Reuters Health) - Young people who are more receptive to alcohol ads on TV may be at higher risk of problem drinking over the next few years, according to a new study. "If you compare low- to high-receptivity kids, their risk of transitioning to binge drinking was over four times higher," said Dr. James Sargent, the ...

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JAN 21, 2015 - Yahoo! News

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Alcohol ads on TV tied to youth drinking risk

By Andrew M. Seaman (Reuters Health) – Young people who are more receptive to alcohol ads on TV may be at higher risk of problem drinking over the next few years, according to a new study. “If you compare low- to high-receptivity kids, their risk of transitioning to binge drinking was over four times higher,” said Dr. James Sargent, the ...

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JAN 19, 2015 - Doctors Lounge

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