Why you really shouldn't binge drink: Heavy drinking as a teenager puts their future children's brain function at risk

Teenagers who binge drink may be putting the brain function of their future children at risk, new research suggests.
Heavy drinking sessions alter the activity of numerous genes in the brains of offspring, experts claim.
But experts say the findings may be not relevant to humans as they came from a study on lab mice. 
Scientists gave a group of adolescent male and female rates amounts of alcohol equivalent to six episodes of binge drinking.
Once they had sobered up, the rats were allowed to mate. 
The researchers examined the brains of their offspring, looking for changes affecting the... read more

14 November 2016 in Health, Views: 51
Source: Daily Mail

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