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Addiction

04 June 2010

Romance keeps young adults sober

Young adults who are in a romantic relationship in the two years following high school are less likely to engage in heavy drinking or smoke marijuana, new research reveals.

Young adults who are in a romantic relationship in the two years following high school are less likely to engage in heavy drinking or smoke marijuana, new research reveals.

Fleming and his team report their findings in the June issue of the Journal of Health and Social Behaviour.

How the study was done

 

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