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Russian alcohol consumption down 43%, WHO report says
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1 October 2019
On 1 October 2019 BBC News reported:
Russian alcohol consumption decreased by 43 per cent from 2003 to 2016, a World Health Organization (WHO) report says. It attributed the decline to a series of alcohol-control measures implemented by the state, and a push towards healthy lifestyles. The WHO said the drop in alcohol consumption was linked to a significant rise in life expectancy. It noted that Russia had previously been considered one of the heaviest-drinking countries in the world.
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