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John W. Kulig

Director of Adolescent Medicine

New England Medical Center

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www.edmondfamily.org [cached]

says John Kulig, director of adolescent medicine at New England Medical Center.


www.healthychildren.org

"Teenagers aren't pharmacologists," notes Dr. John Kulig, director of adolescent medicine at Boston's New England Medical Center.


News - NEMCNews

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John Kulig, MD, NEMC Director of Adolescent Medicine, and Leslie Mandel, MS, of NEMC's General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, worked closely with school headmaster Bak Fun Wong and assistant Magatha Wong to coordinate the launch of the clinic.


Binge Drinking - Alcohol & Alcoholism - Narconon Southern California

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It's how partying is defined," says John Kulig, director of adolescent medicine at New England Medical Center. The University of Michigan's "Monitoring the Future" 2001 nationwide survey reports that 13 percent of eighth-graders, 25 percent of 10th-graders, and 30 percent of 12th-graders said they had had five or more drinks in one sitting in the two weeks prior to the survey.Actual consumption could be more.With teenagers, Kulig says, "It's a terrible idea when parents think, `They'll drink anyway, let them do it here and be safe.' All that does is condone inappropriate behavior.Remember the 17-year-old girl who died in 1998?"She drank 15 beers at a friend's North Andover home and then fell down the basement stairs and cracked her skull.The friend's father had supplied the alcohol.It helps to give teenagers reasons why they shouldn't drink, not just orders not to: "I love you and I care about you and I don't want you to drink because it could impair your judgment, or damage brain cells, or affect your memory forever."


Boston Globe Online / Life At Home / Parents often clueless on their teens drinking

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It's how partying is defined," says John Kulig, director of adolescent medicine at New England Medical Center. The University of Michigan's "Monitoring the Future" 2001 nationwide survey reports that 13 percent of eighth-graders, 25 percent of 10th-graders, and 30 percent of 12th-graders said they had had five or more drinks in one sitting in the two weeks prior to the survey.Actual consumption could be more.With teenagers, Kulig says, "It's a terrible idea when parents think, `They'll drink anyway, let them do it here and be safe.' All that does is condone inappropriate behavior.Remember the 17-year-old girl who died in 1998?"She drank 15 beers at a friend's North Andover home and then fell down the basement stairs and cracked her skull.The friend's father had supplied the alcohol.It helps to give teenagers reasons why they shouldn't drink, not just orders not to: "I love you and I care about you and I don't want you to drink because it could impair your judgment, or damage brain cells, or affect your memory forever."


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