We're ignoring Canada's alcohol problem, chief public health officer warns

Canada's chief public health officer says she's worried about the rise in heavy drinking among Canadian women. In recent weeks, Dr. Theresa Tam has tried to sound the alarm on Canada’s substance abuse problem, making it the focus of her 2018 report on the state of public health in Canada.

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