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College students say 'drunkorexia' is more than a buzzword

A growing number of college are banning hard liquor on campus in a move to curb extreme drinking — but students are still getting their party on, and some are adding an extra element of risk to their binges. A group of young people from the Chicago area spoke to NBC News, for TODAY's Campus Undercovered series, about the phenomenon dubbed "drunkorexia." "If I knew that I was going to be drinking at night, then I would not eat beforehand because of the calories," one student named Alyson said.
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