Recession Fuels Risky Drinking for Both Jobless and Employed

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Recession Fuels Risky Drinking for Both Jobless and Employed

People drink moreِ duringِ anِ economic downturn, suggests a newِ study showing thatِ binge drinking, drunk driving andِ alcohol dependence increase whenِ times areِ tough.
The researchers alsoِ found thatِ asِ unemployment rates rise, risky andِ excessive drinking behaviors alsoِ increase among thoseِ who stillِ hadِ a job.
In theِ newِ study, researchers looked atِ a set ofِ measures onِ alcohol consumption, suchِ asِ alcohol abuse andِ dependence, whichِ wereِ notِ examined inِ the previous studies.