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Binge alcohol use in persons aged 18-22 by college enrollment 2002-2017

Binge alcohol use among persons in the U.S. aged 18-22 years from 2002 to 2017, by college enrollment

Binge alcohol use in persons aged 18-22 by college enrollment 2002-2017 This statistic shows the percentage of persons in the U.S. aged 18 to 22 who had binge used alcohol in the past month, by college enrollment from 2002 to 2017. In 2017, 34.8 percent of those enrolled full time in college claimed to have binged on alcohol in the past month. Alcoholism refers to problems with alcohol and often refers to alcohol addiction. Alcohol has the potential to cause damage to all organs of the body.
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Binge alcohol use among persons in the U.S. aged 18-22 years from 2002 to 2017, by college enrollment

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This statistic shows the percentage of persons in the U.S. aged 18 to 22 who had binge used alcohol in the past month, by college enrollment from 2002 to 2017. In 2017, 34.8 percent of those enrolled full time in college claimed to have binged on alcohol in the past month. Alcoholism refers to problems with alcohol and often refers to alcohol addiction. Alcohol has the potential to cause damage to all organs of the body.
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