Baylor University study gives insights into why teens may consume alcohol to dangerous levels » Researchers brain neuropsychologists cellular molecular mechanisms alcohol teens reduced motor impairment study journal Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research alcohol dangerous levels

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Researchers brain neuropsychologists cellular molecular mechanisms alcohol teens reduced motor impairment study journal Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research alcohol dangerous levels Dr. Doug Matthews research scientist Baylor University College of Arts and Sciences blood-alcohol levels binge drinking adolescence Purkinje neuron alcohol-induced behavioral Cleared2Drive Impairment Detection Technology

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