A new study from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration says that female military spouses are both more likely to binge drink, more likely to suffer mental illness, more likely to abuse psychotherapeutic drugs, but less likely to use marijuana. According to to the report, binge drinking for females is "having four or more drinks per sitting." Do you think military spouses binge drink and abuse drugs at a higher rate than the civilian population? Take part in this poll on Spousebuzz.
Poll: Do Spouses Really Drink Too Much, Abuse Meds?
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