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Study: "Minimum Pricing" Reduces Alcohol Related Deaths

Research published in Canada has linked the introduction of minimum pricing with a significant drop in alcohol-related deaths.

The findings, in the journal Addiction, were welcomed by health campaigners.

But they have been criticised as "misleading and inaccurate" by the drinks industry, which has questioned the statistical basis of the research.

Source: BBC. Read full article. (link)

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