Alkoholpolitik und Volksgesundheit

Greater Religiosity During Adolescence May Protect Against Developing Problem Alcohol Use

Mittwoch 23. Juni 2010 von htm

Phenotypes are measurable and/or observable traits or behaviors. The heritability of an alcohol-related phenotype depends upon the social environment within which it is measured, such as urbanicity, marital status, or religiosity. A new study of the effects of religiosity on the genetic variance of problem alcohol use in males and females has found that religiosity can moderate genetic effects on problem alcohol use during adolescence but not during early adulthood. (Source: Medical News Today, 6/22/10)

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