GO EASY ON THE BOOZE
We hate to be the bearers of bad news when you’re simply trying to enjoy a chilled glass of rosé in a beer garden. But, according to a major new piece of research published in The Lancet, knocking back 10 to 15 drinks a week could cut your life short by one to two years. Chances are that you, WH reader, aren’t downing that much, but the analysis of 600,000 drinkers found that polishing off just five alcoholic drinks a week could shorten your life by up to six months. Anyone for Seedlip?
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