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A U.S. doctor says teens who report they drink others under the table may be at higher risk of alcoholism. Dr.
US researchers said on Sunday that at least one in five men in developed countries are at risk of abusing or becoming dependent on alcohol during their lifetimes.
The first-ever study of its kind has found that kids as young as 12 can show a genetic-driven trend toward alcoholism.
Clues looking into the root causes of alcoholism are emerging from new findings that center on the genetic patterns of young drinkers, with particular focus on why adolescents are more likely to drink large quantities of alcohol even if they need more alcohol to get the effects they desire.
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