Lower-strength alcohol can lead to increased booze consumption, study warns

LOWER-strength booze could lead to increased alcohol consumption as producers advertise them as an alternative to soft drinks, a study says. Researchers found diluted wines and beers sold by Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons were being marketed as “lunchtime treats” or “perfect for all occasions”. Lower-strength beer was even described

Coronation Street fans outraged as pregnant Eva Price downs booze

CORONATION Street viewers were unimpressed tonight as pregnant Eva Price knocked back glasses of bubbly. The mum-to-be got carried away with the fizz while on a dinner date with Adam Barlow. Viewers were horrified, writing on Twitter: "OMGod Eva it doesn’t matter when you have the termination you should not