CBC: Binge-drinking sending more young women to ER, ‘eye-opening’ study finds

Julie Ireton · CBC News · Posted: Jul 22, 2019  Dr. Peter Tanuseputro is a physician-scientist at the Ottawa Hospital and the Bruyère Research Institute. (Julie Ireton/CBC) More young people

Binge drinking during youth may impact future offspring

WASHINGTON–A rat model found preconception binge drinking may have negative consequences on future offspring’s growth, social interactions and pubertal development, according to a new study

Binge drinking by adolescents predicts health-risk behaviors

Underage drinking can lead to risky or harmful behaviors that include unintentional and unprotected sex, physical and sexual assault, traffic and other injuries, suicide, homicide,

Teenage binge drinking can affect brain functions in future offspring

Repeated binge drinking during adolescence can affect brain functions in future generations, potentially putting offspring at risk for such conditions as depression, anxiety, and metabolic

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