Family Prevention Program Nurtures Genetically ‘At-Risk’ Teens

New research from the University of Georgia suggests that a
family-based prevention program helps youth avoid binge drinking and
other drug use even if they carry a gene linked to risky behaviors. Adolescents carrying the gene who were not in the program were twice as
likely to take part in risky behaviors as those carrying the gene in
the prevention program.

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