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Can binge drinking have long-term effects on my brain?

Dr. Robin Miller, MD
Internal Medicine

Binge drinking and excessive drinking are not good for any part of the body, but is the damage permanent? In this video, Dr. Robin Miller explains what happens to your brain when you consume large amounts of alcohol.


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