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​An OHSU study of alcohol's effect on rhesus macaques has shown nasty effects on developing brains. Each gram of alcohol per kilogram of body weight (the human equivalent of four beers a day) reduced the rate of brain growth by nearly 47 percent per year.​An OHSU study of alcohol's effect on rhesus macaques has shown nasty effects on developing brains. Each gram of alcohol per kilogram of body weight (the human equivalent of four beers a day) reduced the rate of brain growth by nearly 47 percent per year.

Four beers a day is enough to stunt annual growth of developing brains by almost 47%

Heavy use of alcohol among adolescents and young adults is not only dangerous in its own right, but new research in nonhuman primates shows that it can actually slow the rate of growth in developing brains.

Brain growth inhibited by heavy alcohol use

Experiments on adolescent monkeys found heavy exposure to alcohol reduced the development of both grey and white matter, Oregon Health and Science University found.Experiments on adolescent monkeys found heavy exposure to alcohol reduced the development of both grey and white matter, Oregon Health and Science University found.

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The study, published in the journal eNeuro, shows that heavy alcohol use reduced the rate of brain growth by 0.25 millilitres per year for every gram of alcohol consumed per kilogram of body weight.The study, published in the journal eNeuro, shows that heavy alcohol use reduced the rate of brain growth by 0.25 millilitres per year for every gram of alcohol consumed per kilogram of body weight.

Heavy alcohol intake may slow brain growth: Study - APN Live

Many teens start drinking just as their brains begin to undergo important developments.Many teens start drinking just as their brains begin to undergo important developments.

Drinking alcohol during teenage years linked with stunted brain growth

Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 2 (ANI): A new study has revealed that heavy use of alcohol among adolescents and young adults can actually slow the rate of growth in developing brains.Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 2 (ANI): A new study has revealed that heavy use of alcohol among adolescents and young adults can actually slow the rate of growth in developing brains.

Heavy alcohol use may slow brain growth

Heavy use of alcohol may slow the rate of growth in developing brains. Heavy alcohol use reduces the rate of brain growth by 0.25 milliliters per year for every gram of alcohol consumed per kilogram of body weight.According to a study, heavy consumption of alcohol may slow down the rate of brain growth in humans. 

Heavy Alcohol Use May Slow Brain Growth: Study

There are many good reasons underage people shouldn't drink -- a poor developing brain is one of them.There are many good reasons underage people shouldn't drink -- a poor developing brain is one of them.

Heavy drinking may stunt brain growth