“Alcohol is the most common drug in our culture. Statistics show that 8 out of 10 of us have drunk alcohol in the last year, and that 1 in 3 drink alcohol weekly. But the fact that alcohol is common does not mean that it is good or healthy. On the contrary.
Alcohol use increases the risk of a number of diseases, and many of them are serious. Research also shows that even a moderate intake can increase the risk of disease. Therefore, even cutting back on your alcohol intake can do a lot for your health.”
Find more from Av-og-til (Norway, October 2021)