Drink culture hospitalises 27,000 German teens a year

by Mattia Rosini - 2013.12.17
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In 2012, record in Germany for number of under-19 hospitalized for alcohol abuse. High figures like these were recorded some 12 years ago. According to official statistics, it is especially the number of young girls addicted to binge drinking that has soared: + 5% compared to the previous year and more than their male counterpart (+0.8%)

Published in Alcoholism.
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