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This Just In: Teen Alcohol Consumption Causes Dementia (Yikes!)

Underage drinking tops this week's current events roundup.

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You know underage drinking is wrong. But did you know that young people who drink excessively increase their chances of getting dementia before age 65?! [Salon]

Much (too much, perhaps?) has been written about "hook-up culture" among millennials, but a new study finds that reports have been largely exaggerated. So there! [Gawker]

Turns out some of the most popular comic books of all time are totally feminist. Awesome for so many reasons. [The Atlantic]

One man discovers it's incredibly simple to "self-catfish" by faking a significant other on Instagram. Moral of the story: Be careful out there. [New York Magazine]

Teen—and internet personality—Ruby Karp reveals that she's 13 and doesn't use Facebook, nor do any of her friends. Twitter FTW? [Mashable]

A fascinating look into the origins of high school cliques, from jocks to scenesters to eggheads. [The Morning News]

Entrepreneurs are more likely to cause trouble as teens&8212;which totally does not mean you should cause trouble. But still, good to know! [Popular Science]