Teenagers have important decisions to make every time they drink. They need to decide whether or not they are going to drink excessively. If they drink excessively, they have a good chance of getting into accidents. Like drinking and driving. Teens don't know how to control their driving when their drunk. This is very bad for their health. They can get hurt. Also it's bad to just drink. If you drink to much you can die. Teenage drinking can also cause other problems other than driving injuries. It can interfere with day to day relationships with friends and family. Preventing teenage drinking is a huge challenge that would take forever to stop. But if teenage drinking continues, people will have more deaths on their hands, and more stomachs pumped.
Koop, Everett. Teenagers and Alcohol. Assoiciation of schools of public health, 1983. Web. < http://www.jstor.org/stable/4627333