Dunne, Ray
January 2004
Gay Times (09506101);Jan2004, Issue 304, p108
Focuses on the dangers posed by binge drinking. Statistical data on the average amount of alcohol consumed by men and women; Health effects of excessive alcohol; Information on a national strategy to be launched by the British government to deal with the problem of alcohol abuse.


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