Teens’ Heavy Drinking May Lead to Changes in the Cerebellum

Christopher Bergland The Athlete’s Way Binge drinking in young adulthood may shrink the cerebellum’s Crus II subregion. Originally Posted Mar 21, 2021 | Reviewed by Matt Huston Summary Teens who drank heavily showed lower gray matter volume in a cerebellum subregion compared to light drinkers when their brains were scanned in their 20s. The Crus II subregion is involved …

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