Nadiah Mohammed Alasmari

Department of Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontic Sciences, College of Dentistry, King Khalid university, Abha, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Publications

  • Review   
    Binge Drinking Effects on Teenagers: A Review
    Author(s): Allah Baksh Meer, Meer Zakirulla*, Hussain Almubarak, Mohammed Ibrahim, Nadiah Mohammed Alasmari, Nouf Essa Assiri, Albatool Mohammed Alqahtani and Rasha Hussain Alzahrani

    Aim: Alcohol is considered as a normal part of adult and teen social life. The use of alcohol by young people is harmful because of the risks associated with acute impairment as well as it is a threat to their long term development and wellbeing. The Purpose of this review is to determine teenage drinking patterns and to determine the influence of alcohol on teenager’s physical, mental and social wellbeing, to see the relationship exists between the accessibility of alcohol and binge drinking among teenagers and to assess if binge drinking and teenage pregnancy coexists in the UK. Methods: Relevant studies were included in the study so that it can be aligned to the topic which is Binge Drinking. These articles were chosen from January 2000 to June 2010 to understand the current trends. Data was searched in databases such as British Med.. Read More»

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