Health Tip: Help Teens Say No to Drinking and Driving

Here's how

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(HealthDay News) -- Parents should set strict rules that prevent their kids from drinking and driving.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests:

  • Monitor teen drivers closely.
  • Sign an agreement with your teen that pledges no drinking and driving.
  • Set and strictly enforce your rules and expectations.

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