Poorest at 'greater risk from alcohol'
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Heavy drinkers' higher risk of ill health in poorest areas

Heavy drinking has a much greater impact on the poorest people in society, a study from the University of Glasgow has found.

Dr Vittal Katikireddi told BBC Scotland that people living in the least well-off areas were at greater risk of dying or becoming ill due to alcohol consumption.

  • 11 May 2017