College Cuts Alcoholism Risk in Half?

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A new study for the National Institute of Health suggests going to school longer might cut your risk of becoming an alcoholic in half. The study looked at 780,000 people and found that those who attended an additional 3.6 years of school were 50% less likely to become alcohol dependent. The Doctors discuss why this might be.