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Nebraska News
Nebraska News
Binge, Part 1
(2011-02-15)
(NET Radio) - Binge drinking is defined as 5 or more alcoholic drinks in about two hours for males and about 4 drinks for females. That behavior is a concern because a 2009 National Institutes of Health study concludes there is a direct connection between alcohol consumption and alcohol-related injury risk. This Friday NET News presents a new television documentary Binge that examines high-risk drinking by young adults in Nebraska. In the first of a series of radio reports, Perry Stoner explains how some colleges and universities are dealing with the issue.
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