Efforts aimed at teen drinking and driving help reduce deaths, but so do broader alcohol control efforts. Roy Morsch/Corbis RM Stills/Getty Images hide caption

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Yolanda Roberson, who directs the Empowerment program, teaches a class at a Boys and Girls Club in the Bronx. The classes are funded by the state of New York. Robert Stolarik/Courtesy of Youth Today hide caption

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U.Va. Looks At Ways To Curb Drinking At Its Frat Houses

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Colleges Brainstorm Ways To Cut Back On Binge Drinking

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Don't think music can make you want to drink? Try our remix.

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Beer pong and other drinking games are popular among teenagers, and play a role in binge drinking. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Drinking on screen, even in a cautionary tale like The Hangover Part II, can encourage kids to try drinking, according to new research. Melinda Sue Gordon/Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. hide caption

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