An Association of Adverse Childhood Experiences with Binge Drinking in Adulthood: Findings from a Population-Based Study

  title={An Association of Adverse Childhood Experiences with Binge Drinking in Adulthood: Findings from a Population-Based Study},
  author={Philip Baiden and Henry K. Onyeaka and Emmanuel Kyeremeh and Lisa S. Panisch and Catherine A. LaBrenz and Yeonwoo Kim and Alan Kunz-Lomelin},
  journal={Substance Use \& Misuse},
  pages={360 - 372}
Abstract Background: Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are a major public health issue linked to negative health outcomes. Yet, few recent studies drawing on national data have examined the association between ACEs and binge drinking. Objective: The objective of this study was to examine the association between ACEs and binge drinking among adults in the United States and whether this association is dependent on sex. Methods: Data for this study were obtained from the 2019 Behavioral Risk… 

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