New study suggests drinking guidelines be reduced to maximum one a day

WENCY LEUNG – HEALTH REPORTER, The Globe and Mail People who adhere to Canada’s guidelines for low-risk drinking are still vulnerable to alcohol-related cancers and

CBC: Why watching alcohol intake is advised, but closing liquor stores would be a problem

CBC News · Posted: Mar 26, 2020 An addictions researcher recommends Canadians keep an eye on their alcohol intake as they hunker down against the COVID-19 outbreak.

New research supports graphic health warnings on alcohol bottles — including photos of diseased livers

New research supports graphic health warnings on alcohol bottles — including photos of diseased livers Republish Reprint Tom Blackwell | December 16, 2015 2:39 PM ET

UK drinking guidelines are a poor fit with Britain’s heavy drinking habits; What do you think of the Canadian guidelines?

The UK government’s current alcohol guidelines are unrealistic and largely ignored because they have little relevance to people’s drinking habits, according to a new report

Social Reference Prices for Alcohol: A Tool for Canadian Governments to Promote a Culture of Moderation

Overview Most provincial liquor distribution and control authorities in Canada set social reference prices (SRPs) for alcoholic beverages, otherwise known as “floor” or “minimum” prices.

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