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NHS survey reveals men drink double the amount of alcohol as women

13th January 2016 12:39

A recent NHS survey has revealed that men drink twice as much alcohol as women, with the average male alcohol consumption being 16.8 units per week as opposed to women at 8.8 units. Whilst carrying out the study it was also found that individuals in households… Read more...

Survey reveals 5 year olds consume their body weight in sugar every year

7th January 2016 11:48

New figures from a Government survey have revealed that 5 year old children are consuming their own weight in sugar every year – that’s approximately 3.5 stone! According to the figures, 5 year olds are consuming an average of 22kgs of sugar per… Read more...

Number of Brits going for meals in December triples, survey discovers

9th December 2015 11:11

According to a survey, restaurants and pubs are experiencing increasing numbers of bookings in December, with eateries such as Toby Carvery, Harvester and Sizzling Pubs revealing that diners are choosing to eat Christmas dinner throughout December, not just… Read more...

Champagne is good for the brain, research finds

16th November 2015 11:18

A new study into champagne’s relationship with brain health has revealed that consuming three glasses of champagne per week could help prevent the onset of Alzheimers. The research findings were released by the University of Reading and indicate that… Read more...

Survey finds Brits drink the most alcohol

2nd November 2015 10:36

According to the findings from a recent survey, people from Britain are the heaviest drinkers and are more likely to binge drink, visit the pub or drink in their home. The researchers – who interviewed 6,500 people within the United Kingdom, Germany,… Read more...

Research discovers that 1 in 7 consume more alcohol than water

12th August 2015 16:36

According the findings of a recent study by SodaStream, 15 per cent (or one in seven) admitted to drinking more alcohol than water. The survey also discovered that 4,000,000 British people have not drunk a glass of water in more than a week. As well as this… Read more...

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