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Hazardous drinking habits formed during pandemic unlikely to change

Hazardous drinking habits formed during pandemic unlikely to change

The switch to drinking at home has been partly blamed for the rise (Joe Giddens/PA) / PA Archive Millions of Britons are causing themselves “silent harm” through hazardous drinking, while the nation’s alcohol habits will not go back to pre-pandemic levels, according to an expert from the Royal College of Psychiatrists New data...

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