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New Research Highlights Serious Risks in Middle-Aged Adults WELLESLEY HILLS, Mass., April 6, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Screening for Mental Health, Inc.
College students, when compared to their age-matched peers who are not in college, report higher rates of previous 30-day drinking as well as binge drinking.
Numerous studies have highlighted the purported association between moderate drinking and reduced mortality.
Data looks at multiple race/ethnicity categories and covers a wide spectrum of socio-demographic characteristics. Loma Linda, CA (PRWEB) February 26, 2014
According to a new study, a novel composite measure consisting of 29 alcohol policies demonstrates that a strong alcohol policy environment is a protective factor against binge drinking in the U.S.
Though binge drinking is common amongst high school students, a new study shows “extreme” binge drinking, 10 or more drinks a session, remains a favorite pastime. It is now estimated nearly one in ten high school seniors are spending their year before college by extreme binge drinking once every two weeks.
Frequent binge drinking is associated with insomnia symptoms in older adults, a new study from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine finds.
Binge drinking among young adults causes immediate changes in circulation that increase the risk of developing cardiovascular disease later in life, according to new research published online in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
Alcohol consumption in the UK may be much higher than previously thought, with as many as 75 percent of Britons drinking more than the recommended daily limit. And many of these people are likely consuming dangerous levels of alcohol, with the drinking habits of women easily matching those of men.
A new study tackles the advancing and preventable epidemic of binge drinking by high school aged girls and young women.
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