College drinkers given real data take notice

College drinkers given real data take notice – JSOnline

The majority of young people overestimate how much and how often their peers drink. And that can foster an environment that encourages heavy drinking.

“This creates a type of peer pressure, which drives levels of drinking upwards,” said David Foxcroft, professor of health care practice at Oxford Brookes University in the United Kingdom and the review’s co-author.

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