One in four young people in UK admit going to work drunk

Just under a quarter (24%) of 18 to 34-year-olds in the UK have said they have gone to work still feeling the effects of boozy nights out, a survey by risk management company Willis Towers Watson has found.

Four reasons why UK consumers are drinking less wine

A report by industry insight service Wine Intelligence has identified four reasons why UK consumers are drinking less wine, after it revealed that the number of regular wine drinkers has fallen by around one million since 2015.

HK health minister mulls warning signs for alcoholic drinks

Hong Kong’s health minister is considering putting health warnings on alcoholic drinks such as beer and wine, citing a worrying binge drinking trend among teenagers in the city.

Singapore study notes increase in struggle with alcohol abuse

A mental health study in Singapore has found that alcohol abuse is a growing problem in the country, with one in 24 people struggling with it, or 4.1% of the country’s entire population.

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