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Public Health England and Drinkaware launch campaign seeking to cut alcohol-related health risks

Middle-aged drinkers will be advised to have more alcohol-free days a week in a bid to cut its related health risks, as part of a new campaign by health officials.

Public Health England (PHE) and the Drinkaware Trust, the alcohol awareness charity, will today unveil Drink Free Days, a new joint campaign to help people reduce the amount of alcohol they are regularly drinking.

Duncan Selbie, the chief executive of PHE acknowledged that while many enjoy a drink, it was important for people to monitor their alcohol consumption and aim to have some alcohol-free days in the week.


The Guardian

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