• The climate you live in could affect how much booze you drink, according to a new study

    28 days ago - By Business Insider

    A new study has found that people are more likely to drink more alcohol in countries with colder climates and fewer hours of sunlight than in sunnier, warmer climates.
    The study was the first of its kind and analysed data from across the world.
    Researchers are now calling on tighter restrictions on alcohol advertisements during the winter.
    However, other academics are skeptical of the study's findings, claiming that further research has found the opposite situation within Europe.
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