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Canada's new drinking guidelines don't consider the social benefits of alcohol. But should they?

By Kiffer George Card, Assistant Professor in Health Sciences, Simon Fraser University
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Loneliness and social isolation are some of the strongest predictors of poor health. But many studies informing Canada’s new alcohol guidelines don’t consider social connection at all.The Conversation

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