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Teen Health 411
Teen Health 411

Interactive Alcohol Education Resource

While I am thinking about alcohol and teens, I would like to point my readers to a great new interactive resource for teens on We're Talking Teen Health!

The resource is called E-CHUG (electronic check-up to go) and it is an interactive web tool designed specifically for high school-age teens to examine and receive feedback on their own beliefs and behaviors related to alcohol use.

E-CHUG allows a teen to enter responses to questions and statements about alcohol use and, once completed, generates an informative, personalized report based on the information submitted.

It is a great way to start a conversation with your teen about alcohol use and risks associated with any use. Encourage your teen to try E-CHUG and then have a conversation about what they learned.
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Dr. Brown is a developmental psychologist specializing in adolescent health.

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