Bamboozlement of international booze guidelines

Bamboozlement of international booze guidelines

International guidelines for alcohol consumption are so confusing it’s enough to turn you to drink. Scientists who studied low-risk drinking advice around the world concluded that there is a “substantial” risk of misunderstanding. Guidelines were found to vary greatly, with measurements of the amount of alcohol in a “standard drink” ranging from 8g in Iceland and the UK, to 20g in Australia.

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