By Darwin Malicdem
Original Source: medicaldaily.com
Second-hand drinking is another health issue facing people in the U.S. Just like second-hand smoking, it happens when someone shares or gets the worse effect of the alcohol with the person who had the direct exposure.
A recent analysis, published in the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, shows that nearly 21 percent of women and 23 percent of men in the U.S. population experienced second-hand drinking in the last 12 months. The figures combined cover 53 million adults, Hindustan Times reported Tuesday.
In second-hand smoking, people suffer as they inhale the smoke from its original source. But in drinking, people experience its second-hand effect in the hands of the person…click here to continue reading