[NPR reports on binge drinking on college campuses].

Dr. Sharon Levy talks about the pervasive binge drinking on campuses and explains the attraction of alcohol to adolescent brains. Levy says college students drink a lot more than their peers who are not in college. Harvard epidemiologist Elissa Weitzman discusses her research which says that the lik...

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Corporate Author: National Public Radio (U.S.)
Other Authors: Neighmond, Patti (Reporter)
Levy, Sharon
Weitzman, Elissa R.
Inskeep, Steve (Host)
Language:English
Published: [2014]
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Physical Description:1 electronic audio file (5 min., 23 sec.) : digital, WAV file.
Other Uniform Title:All things considered (Radio program)
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Dr. Sharon Levy talks about the pervasive binge drinking on campuses and explains the attraction of alcohol to adolescent brains. Levy says college students drink a lot more than their peers who are not in college. Harvard epidemiologist Elissa Weitzman discusses her research which says that the likelihood of freshman college student binge drink is directly related to the cost of alcohol. She says that the relative price of a drink "enormously" increases the risk of binge drinking. On "All Things Considered."
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Call Number:Voice 26181
Playing Time:00:05:23
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Broadcast on NPR, Sept. 8, 2014.