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College Students May Suffer Permanent Brain Damage from Binge Drinking, Study Shows

The 21-and-older drinking ... cause brain damage, these results suggest that for some drinkers damage onset can begin after only a few binge-drinking instances. Don't miss: Kids and Guns: Why Pediatri... read more

Binge drinking raises diabetes risk by damaging the brain: study

Heavy drinkers might also engage in other risk-raising ... "Damage to the liver doesn't seem to be the mechanism that makes you become insulin resistant," Buettner said. "It seems to be primarilty bec... read more

Binge Drinking Linked With Brain Damage

Once considered a rite of passage from adolescence to adulthood, experts now believe binge drinking can cause serious brain damage. Binge drinking, or heavy episodic drinking, has typically been expla... read more

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Binge drinkers' brains respond differently to risky child's play

... child's game with high-tech brain measurements in a novel experiment examining how the brain's risk reactivity is connected to risky behaviors like binge drinking. The results showed the brains of ... read more

Binge drinking and blackouts: Sobering truths about lost learning for college students

While many young people may euphemistically refer to binge drinking as “partying,” those of us who study addiction know that it is a serious health risk for young people ... and susceptible college-ag... read more

Innovative Detox Finds Binge Drinking Increases Risk of Heart Attack, Stroke, Brain Damage and Premature Death

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - Mar 23, 2016) - Drinking will kill you, but binge drinking will kill you quicker, according to a blog just published by Las Vegas-based Innovative Detox, which offers ult... read more

Binge drinking and your brain: Raising risk of dependence

Normally, the brain relies on blood sugar for fuel, but it can also use other things like acetate. Binge drinking on an empty stomach can drop a person’s blood sugar acutely, and the acetic acid can f... read more

Binge drinking may alter brain activity in teenagers

Is your teenaged son or daughter a binge-drinker? Beware, he or she is more likely to have altered brain activity, which may indicate delayed brain development and be an early sign of brain damage ... ... read more

Health Buzz: Binge Drinking Damages Brain for Years to Come

Binge drinking during adolescence and young adulthood could ... The researchers also found that changes to the hippocampal circuits of the brain may increase the risk for injury, trauma or disease. “I... read more

Study reveals possible brain damage in young adult binge-drinkers

But a new University of Cincinnati study, the first of its kind nationally, is showing how binge drinking among adolescents and young adults could be causing serious damage to a brain that's still und... read more

Letting children try alcohol at home won’t deter binge drinking, say UK experts

Evidence shows children who start drinking ... because it can damage the growing brain. The idea that introducing your child to alcohol, for example with a glass of wine at the dinner table, will take ... read more

College Students May Suffer Permanent Brain Damage from Binge Drinking, Study Shows

The research showed that binge drinking during adolescence and early adulthood can cause distinctive changes in the young still developing brain, and may even lead to brain damage. Binge-drinking is n... read more

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