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February 06, 2008

NYT:"References to drug and alcohol use are pervasive in popular music"

Breaking news from the New York Times health blog: References to drug and alcohol use are pervasive in popular music, scientists say!

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I do agree that Music has a major influence on teens!It is way too prevalent now a days with these celebrities whom are the influence to our or younger generation. From diets to fashion to drugs, these celebrities make the trend that they follow.
They should have consideration and some morals for the younger generation and be a proper role model whom shows responsibility like Will Smith, Tom Hanks, Jennifer Garner,Jada Pinket, Tom Cruise…ect.
We hear all about their Drug treatment as well as how popular they are...It is insane!

Lora
http://www.drug-rehab.ca/

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