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Patrick and colleagues analyze high-intensity drinking among adolescents

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"Kids and high-intensity drinking" - Medical Xpress. 09/06/2017.

Using data from the Monitoring the Future study, Megan Patrick and colleagues assessed the prevalence among 8th and 10th graders of drinking 10 or more drinks in a row - termed high-intensity drinking - over the prior 2 weeks. They found about 2% reported this behavior, with higher prevalence among 10th graders, males, and those who smoked cigarettes or marijuana than among their counterparts.

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Researchers:

Megan E. Patrick
Richard A. Miech
Patrick M. O'Malley
John E. Schulenberg

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CBS Detroit. Kids And High-Intensity Drinking: Teens Getting Wasted, Boys More Than Girls. 9/16/2017.

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