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Is one night of binge drinking worse than drinking every night?

Brad Lamm
Addiction Medicine
The physical effects of drinking every day have a greater impact than binge drinking, but there are consequences to binge drinking that make it just as serious. In this video, health educator and interventionist Brad Lamm discusses this comparison.
Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD
Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)

It may come as a surprise, but binge drinking is worse for your health. To find out more about the health effects of drinking alcohol, watch this video by Dr. Oz.


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