Between the sheets Today’s drug and alcohol news Brits drunker, fatter, sadder and 64% of men born in 1970 claimed more anxious than ever to have taken a drug, such as A huge nationwide survey has 1946 were vastly overweight at cannabis, compared with 40% revealed that obesity, depression, the same age. from 1958. Just under half (45%) anxiety and drinking among Numbers of women drinking of women born in 1970 took women, are all on the increase in alcohol almost doubled in the drugs or had experimented, the UK. 1990s, with those in top jobs and compared with 26% born in 1958. The Economic and Social with the highest qualifications The research involved Research Council research quaffing most. Meanwhile men thousands of Britons who have involved thousands of Britons are drinking less as they get older. been tracked in three major tracked in three major studies Better educated people are less studies since they were born in since they were born in 1946, likely to smoke, 47% of men born 1946, 1958 or 1970. A fourth 1958 or 1970. The research in 1970 who had no qualifications project, funded by the ESRC and reveals that 12% of men
Drugs and Alcohol Today – Emerald Publishing
Published: Dec 1, 2004
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