A glass of red wine

In 1991 the television program 60 Minutes speculated that French people’s consumption of red wine may be responsible for their low incidence of cardiac disease. Americans jumped on the bandwagon; red wine consumption in the United States rapidly increased 44%. The following is condensed from Harvard Heart Letter by Julie Corliss The evidence that drinking red […]

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A person sitting with a concerned expression on their face, looking at someone off-camera. Alt text: A person showing concern for someone who may have a problem with alcohol, using gentle and supportive language to encourage positive change.

Condensed from: https: www.drinkaware.co.uk Don’t be critical. Think about how you would want to be approached if someone were to tell you that you had a problem with alcohol. Show concern rather than disapproval and tell them that you’re worried about their well-being. Using phrases such as: “I wonder if you drink less your health/well-being […]

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