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The cost to society for underage alcohol use is more than sixty ___________ dollars per year. A. thousandB. millionC. billion
The cost to society for underage alcohol use is more than sixty C. billion dollars per year.
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User: The cost to society for underage alcohol use is more than sixty ___________ dollars per year. A. thousandB. millionC. billion

Weegy: The cost to society for underage alcohol use is more than sixty C. billion dollars per year.
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User: A common form of abuse of amphetamines that is damaging to the body is __________

User: ___________ happens when people cross that line and drink or use drugs at a level that causes problems in one or more areas of their lives. A. AlcoholismB. ComplicationsC. Abuse

Weegy: Complications
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A common form of abuse of amphetamines is by people who use them to counter the effects of sleeping pills (barbiturates) taken the night before. This roller coaster effect is damaging to the body.
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