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Heavy Drinking In Older Teenagers Has Long-Term And Short Term Consequences

Freitag 11. Februar 2011 von htm

In a systematic review of current evidence published in this week’s PLoS Medicine, the authors-Jim McCambridge from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London, UK, and colleagues-conclude that there is enough evidence to recommend that reducing drinking during late adolescence is likely to be important for preventing long-term adverse consequences of drinking, as well as protecting against more immediate harms. (Source: Medical News Today, 02/09/11)

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