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Health Officials Using Sticky Notes to Warn Children About Drinking

Health Officials Using Sticky Notes to Warn Children About Drinking



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LOGAN, Utah (AP) -- Utah health officials are distributing thousands of sticky notes to parents to put around the home and on liquor bottles as a way to remind kids about the dangers of drinking alcohol before turning 21.

The notes are the latest part of Utahs "Parents Empowered" campaign. The sticky notes will combine with bottle neck tags being placed on all state-purchased alcohol with blank spots for parents to write in the age of their children.

The tags on the bottles will read, "At your age drinking is dangerous. So are really angry parents."

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Information from: The Herald Journal www.hjnews.com

(Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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