Miami, Florida (PRWEB) August 23, 2013
As reported by Medical News Today on 8/14 in their news article titled, Male youths who are beer-drinkers binge-drink more frequently, researchers from the Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine at the University of Zurich and Lausanne University Hospital found that men who prefer beer are more likely to be binge or volume drinkers. They conducted a survey of around 5,400 men with an average age of 20.
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According to the news story, Male youths who are beer-drinkers binge-drink more frequently, just under a third of young Swiss men prefer beer when they drink alcohol, taking in at least two thirds of their alcohol consumption in the form of the beverage. Far fewer (around five percent) prefer wine.
It was also found that men who preferred beer drank much more than those who do not have a particular preference when it comes to alcoholic beverages. They exhibited behavior classified as binge drinking by consuming at least 21 alcoholic drinks a week.
There are several reasons why a preference for beer among young men correlates with higher volume drinking. "Beer is comparatively cheap, which means young people can also afford it. And beer tends to be more popular at events such as parties or concerts, where risky consumption behavior is widespread," says Meichun Mohler-Kuo, a lecturer at the Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine.
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