VANCOUVER -- Teenagers are trading sex for drugs and alcohol at a low but steady rate, yet the vast majority of them attend school and live at home with their parents, a new University of British Columbia study suggests. Its lead author says research indicates the problem has been occurring "in the shadows," but that a positive message has also emerged from the findings. Elizabeth Saewyc. The study involved 2, students in Grades 7 to 12 from 28 schools in southeastern B.
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It can be even more confusing when you hear your teen talk to others, or try to read their texts. Adolescents today will also use words and phrases that mean totally different things than what you think they mean. Many times, teen-speak can denote sexual- and drug-related innuendo. Below are a few terms, and their definitions, to help you stay in the know—and take action if see these terms being used in a suspicious way.
Teens trading sex for drugs, booze often live at home: study
She had loving parents. She had a high school degree. She was 19 and plotting her next move in life.
Canadian researchers have found that teens in rural schools are trading sex for drugs and alcohol. According to researchers, nearly 2 percent of teens who have used alcohol or marijuana have also traded sex for these substances. Results of the study are based on the survey data collected in the year The survey involved about 28 schools in British Columbia and collected data from more than 2, students studying in grades 7 to