Study: Heavy social drinkers show brain damage

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  1. mediocre

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    so that explains what happened to me during M2 year. hahaha. and maybe a little bit more as an M4


    "The enrollment criterion for heavy drinkers was the consumption of more than an average of 100 alcoholic drinks per month for men over 3 years before the study (80 drinks for women)," they wrote in the report, published in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research.


    ok...well, I haven't nearly had that much (uh oh...denial)

    anyone heard of this journal?
     
  2. kito

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    We already knew that. Ever hear of a fella called zuma?
     
  3. donnyfire

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    man, the last thing I'd ever want to do is brain my damage.
     
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    Wow 100 drinks/month

    I wonder what the results would say if they interviewed college students.
    No wonder I've been kicked my roomates ass at PSII Football for a few months now!
     

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