Many papers today ran a story about the number of GP consultations in Scotland that involved alcohol as a factor.
Three newspapers reported on Friday (April 1) that a fifth of women were drinking too much, and that the numbers exceeding the 14 units a week recommended level had grown by a fifth in
Plans by the NHS Information Centre to save £300,000 a year by withdrawing its contribution to the cost of the General Lifestyle Survey could see the end of a 40-
Six executives from leading drink companies have written to The Times today protesting about a story on alcohol-related deaths.
Occasional drinking in pregnancy does no harm, report the Daily Mail, the Herald, the Guardian and the Daily Telegraph today.
Last month’s least likely claim appeared in The Times (9 July, below).
Everybody knows that drinking in the UK is out of control, driven by a combination of feckless consumers and complacent supermarkets offering cheap deals. But is everybody right?