Moderate Alcohol Consumption

Positive: CAMRA national chair Colin Valentine

CAMRA backs report on health benefits of alcohol

By Nikkie Sutton

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has responded to a study in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) that found moderate drinkers have a lower risk of heart attack, angina and heart failure when compared to teetotallers.

Valentine: Common sense approach needed to alcohol guidelines

Great British Beer Festival

CAMRA slams alcohol guidelines and calls for "common sense" approach

By Nikkie Sutton

Following a survey in which more than half of respondents agreed that moderate alcohol consumption could be part of a healthy lifestyle, the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) is calling on the Department of Health for a new consultation into the alcohol guidelines.

GPs disagree with ‘no safe alcohol level’

GPs disagree with ‘no safe alcohol level’

By Nikkie Sutton

Following a survey conducted by medeConnect in April this year, two thirds of GPs asked disagreed with the statement that there is no safe level of alcohol consumption

Mike Benner:

Balance is required for a healthy debate on alcohol

By Mike Benner

The Government’s plans to ban the sale of alcohol below the cost of duty plus VAT finally take effect at the end of this month. While the move does not go nearly as far as many would have liked, it is an indication, at least, that the Government is making...