Drinking may destroy parts of memory forever
Binge drinking during your teenage years interferes with the developing brain and can lead to poor memory in adulthood, new research suggests. Alcohol is no friend to the brain or body, raising risks of high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, memory loss - and research suggests the effects don’t wear off with age.
Drinking causes tumour by permanently damaging genes, breaking up DNA
Drinking alcohol has been found to damage Deoxy ribonucleic Acid (DNA)/genetic material – causing an increased chance of breast cancer and other major types of the disease.