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      Reader Poll

      The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction recently released Canada’s new Guidance on Alcohol and Health. In it, they suggested if you have two or less standard drinks per week, you are likely to avoid alcohol-related consequences. If you have more than seven standard drinks, your risk of heart disease or stroke increases significantly.

      Part of the report even goes as to indicate that it might be time to have warning labels on alcohol containers, similar to what is on tobacco products.

      Which leads to our poll. Let us know your thoughts!