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Heavy drinking as a teenager puts brain at risk
Teenagers who binge drink may be putting the brain function of their future children at risk, new research suggests. The activity of numerous genes in the brains of offspring get altered, experts claim.
[Daily Mail, 14 November 2016.]
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