Lower alcohol drinks ‘may not promote healthy drinking habits’, says study

9 February 2018 – A Cambridge University study says lower alcohol products appear to be marketed as an addition – not substitute – to regular strength products. However, the alcoholic beverage industry says low and no alcohol drinks give people the chance to reduce the amount of alcohol consumed without having to cut back on the number of drinks enjoyed. Read more…

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