UK: Social drinkers class alcohol intake as ‘moderate'

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 16 October 2007

People living in popular regions of the UK are just as likely to unwittingly consume too much alcohol as binge drinkers, according to research commissioned by the Department of Health.

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People living in popular regions of the UK are just as likely to unwittingly consume too much alcohol as binge drinkers, according to research commissioned by the Department of Health.

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