Binge Drinking—Predictors, Patterns, and Consequences

Edited by Aaron M. White, Susan Tapert, and Shivendra D. Shukla

NIAAA

Binge drinking, broadly defined as consuming a large amount of alcohol in a short period of time, is a dangerous—and sometimes fatal—practice. Despite the adverse consequences associated with it, far too many people, particularly young adults, binge drink. The current issue of Alcohol Research: Current Reviews examines the predictors, prevalence, and patterns of binge alcohol consumption and its effects on health and well-being.

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