CTV News: WHO action plan on alcohol sparks confusion, allegations of sexism

Brooke Taylor, CTVNews.ca Writer Red wine is poured into a glass in this file photo. (Instants / Istock.com) TORONTO — A global action plan on alcohol laid

WHO risk drinking levels provide metric for nonabstinent reduction, study finds

Risk drinking levels increased significantly from 2001 and 2002 to 2012 and 2013, according to an analysis of nationally representative surveys published in American Journal of

CTV News: ‘Stay sober’: WHO’s advice as Canadians drink their way through the pandemic

TORONTO — The World Health Organization (WHO) is urging everyone to minimize alcohol use and avoid drunkenness during the COVID-19 pandemic. In a statement posted to

World Health Organization: Q&A on COVID-19, pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding

Are pregnant women at higher risk from COVID-19? Research is currently underway to understand the impacts of COVID 19 infection on pregnant women. Data are

Russians are drinking less and living longer as a result: WHO

 The World Health Organization attributes the country’s rise in life expectancy to people drinking less. Dulin / Getty Images Russia remains a nation of heavy drinkers, but

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,

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