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WHO: In Europe, people continue to consume more alcohol than in any other place in the world

Press release: 4 September 2019, Copenhagen, Denmark A recent WHO report shows that rates of harmful alcohol consumption in Europe have not dropped as expected,

CBC: Binge-drinking sending more young women to ER, ‘eye-opening’ study finds

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CanFASD: Media Week #2: Celebrities who have Committed to Limiting Alcohol Consumption

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