Older drinkers worst hit by alcohol

August 2005
Drugs & Alcohol Today;Aug2005, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p6
Academic Journal
Presents information on the report entitled "Seven Deadly Sins," from the Economic and Social Research Council which found that older drinkers are most likely to die from alcohol-related diseases. Comments from Professor Hobbs on the policies of the British government on alcohol; Drop in drink problems among adolescents.


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