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More people drank excessively during the pandemic. The world must tackle its alcohol problem

Alcohol consumption contributes to 3 million deaths each year. Image: Alexander Popov/Unsplash

William Stilley

CEO, Adial Pharmaceuticals

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Among people aged 15 to 49 worldwide, alcohol is the leading risk factor for premature death
Among people aged 15 to 49 worldwide, alcohol is the leading risk factor for premature death Image: Statista

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