Binge Drinking Puts Women at Risk
A study from the CDC shows that nearly 14 million women in the U.S. binge drink. Video by fox47news.comvideo
Binge drinking isn't often recognized as a women's health problem, but the CDC says otherwise. Their study shows nearly 14-million women in the U.S. binge drink. Which is considered four drinks in a two hour span, three times a month, and most drink six drinks per binge. It puts women at a higher risk for sevearl health problems, including breast cancer, STD's and heart disease. Binge drinking is most common for women between ages 18-34, causing around 23-thousand deaths each year.