May 25, 2007
Please tell me this wasnt taxpayer funded . . .
Heavy-drinking college kids make worse decisions
Thu May 24, 6:25 PM ET
Young adults who binge drink frequently are more likely to show disadvantageous decision-making patterns than their peers who don't drink as heavily, a new study shows.
Furthermore, the earlier a person begins to binge drink, the stronger the tie to poor decision-making skills, Dr. Anna E. Goudriaan and colleagues from the University of Missouri-Columbia report.
However, the study wasn't able to demonstrate which came first -- a bad approach to decision-making or a tendency to drink heavily. More . . .