Washington: Pre-drinking, when combined with subsequent on-premise drinking, is associated with almost twice-as-heavy consumption and adverse outcomes, a study has shown.Previous research from the US and the UK has shown that “pre-drinking” or “frontloading” often leads to heavy drinking by young people in public settings and can lead to greater harm.
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