Drinking two days in a row not recommended for Brits
A public health organization of England has suggested to Brits that they should not drink two days in a row if they want to avoid health conditions such as cancer, heart disease or cirrhosis of the liver.
Public Health England recommended that Britons should go for one day on, one day off when it came to drinking, the Independent reported.
According to the report, daily drinking was a key contributor to increased risk, so it was possible that promoting a simple approach such as never drinking two days in a row would have a positive impact.
GP Martin Scurr asserted that giving up alcohol on alternate days was not something most doctors would recognize as a helpful strategy to restrain excessive drinking.
(Posted on 10-08-2014)