"The three-year study at the University of Santiago de Compostela in Spain compared 26 ‘binge-drinking’ students ..."
Sunday, 7 July 2013
" – those who regularly drank a minimum of six units of alcohol, or around three pints, in one sitting at least once a week – "
righty oh, so on that basis there must have been a considerable number of persons 'binge-drinking' at er barbies and the like, yesterday ..
"with 31 others who did not regularly drink as much".
"Later, when sober, the students were asked to react to different flashing symbols.
There was no measurable difference in speed or accuracy of response between the two groups, and no deterioration over time.
However, brain-power measurements showed that ‘binge-drinkers’ had to work harder to achieve the same result.
With the more sober group, peak brain activity stayed at about 18 microvolts while the drinkers started at 20 microvolts in their first year and went up to 22 microvolts in their third year."
And so from this
we they conclude ?