How will alcohol sales in the UK be affected if drinkers follow government guidelines?

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Baumberg Geiger, Ben;
(2009)

Aims: The proportion of alcohol consumption that is above government guidelines ('risky drinking') has been estimated in several countries, suggesting that reductions in risky drinking would lead to significant declines in total alcohol consumption. However, this has no... View more
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