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Early start to gambling predisposes teens to alcohol and drug addictions

Study findings indicate that early gambling habits may predispose people to other problems such as excess alcohol consumption and drug taking. All gamblers are more likely to drink alcohol and people who started gambling early were more prone to drug and alcohol problems.

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About: Early start to gambling predisposes teens to alcohol and drug addictions

Date: 2 November 2004

Source: Reuters - Health

Author: Alison McCook

URL: http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&cid=571&ncid=751&e=4&u=/nm/20041102/hl_nm/teens_gambling_dc

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