Alcohol is the leading cause of death for women ages 15-24 in the developed world. While this fact also applies to men, women actually appear to face greater risks. We wonder: Why are public health officials increasingly concerned about women’s alcohol consumption?
A. Women do more binge consumption than in the past
B. Women’s bodies deal differently with alcohol than men’s
C. Women face differing long-term health-risks than men
D. All of the above