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Drinking Within NHS Guidelines ‘Can Increase Risk of Heart Disease’

Experts say a new study suggests that no level of alcohol consumption should be deemed safe.

Drinking within the NHS guidelines of 14 units of alcohol per week can still increase the risk of heart disease and stroke, a study suggests.

Experts said the idea that a tipple is good for you is not supported by the current evidence and no level of alcohol should be deemed safe.