When should you talk to your kids about alcohol? Before they turn 10, doctors say

By Brady Dennis, The Washington Post

Having the "booze talk" with kids before they take their first sip of alcohol is crucial, according to a report released Monday by the American Academy of Pediatrics.

That moment comes earlier than adults might expect, the group said, meaning pediatricians and parents alike should warn children by age 9 about the dangers associated with drinking.

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