Health complications such as severe hepatitis and cirrhosis caused by alcoholism are increasingly plaguing young women in the United States. According to a news story published by National Public Radio, more American men die from these conditions related to alcohol abuse each year, but recent annual statistics show an upward trend that feature more women between the ages of 20 and 30. The Centers for Disease Control have not looked into this matter with greater detail, but epidemiologists have noticed the trend and determined that it should merit a sociological investigation.
Alcoholism on the Rise Among Young American Women
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