Could Your Cocktail Give You Cancer?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Is alcohol more harmful than many Canadians may think? Tim Stockwell, a scientist at the Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research; Erin Hobin, a scientist at Public Health Ontario; and Leslie Buckley, chief of addictions at CAMH discuss the consequences of alcohol consumption and drinking habits before and during Covid-19. What role could campaigns such as Dry Feb play in curbing the problem?
Alcohol's Harmful Effects in Canada
Feb 10, 2021
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