WHO effort to ‘demonise’ alcohol goes into overdrive
Kristian Niemietz referenced in Investors' Chronicle
Prof. Len Shackleton writes for CapX
Christopher Snowdon quoted in The Mail
“In its efforts to demonise alcohol, the WHO speculates there to be “no safe level” of drinking for a few forms of cancer.”
“It admits that there is insufficient evidence to support this.
“There is, however, a huge amount of evidence built up over decades showing that moderate drinking significantly reduces the risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes and dementia.”
“On average, moderate drinkers live longer than teetotallers, so if moderate drinking is risky enough to worry about, the risks of not drinking at all must be terrifying.”
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