Genes, environment contribute to personal, peer drinking during adolescence and beyond

Alcohol use typically begins during adolescence, in social settings, and is influenced by peer drinking. New findings indicate that both genetic and environmental factors contribute to the correlation between one’s own drinking and peer drinking.The influence of genetic factors increases as an individual moves from adolescence into adulthood. —> Read More Here


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