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Binge-drinking has DOUBLED among American women without children in just 12 years, study reveals

  • In 2006, 21 percent of women between 30 and 44 who didn't have children reported binge drinking
  • That number doubled to 42 percent by 2018, according to new Columbia University and Washington University research
  • Binge drinking is linked to rising rates of liver disease among Americans
  • The NIH cautions that women in the US face higher risks of developing alcohol-related health problems like liver disease sooner than men do