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(Psych Central News) International research shows that “pre-drinking” or “frontloading” often leads to heavy drinking by young people in public settings and can lead to greater harm. A new study by Swiss researchers finds that pre-drinking — a practice that typically occurs in locations where alcohol can be consumed rapidly and in large quantities for low cost — [...]

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