"A report in the online edition of the Addictive Behaviors journal showed a survey done by the Weill Cornell Medical College headed by Dr. Jennifer Epstein linking the use of computers to teenage drinking. In the activity that they conducted, teens aged 13 to 17 years old who had their share of alcoholic beverages in the last month also registered more hours spent on a computer, not including school-related work done using it. There was also a link between frequent social networking and music downloading to their alcohol consumption. No significant relationship was established, though, for video games or online shopping and teenage drinking."
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