Alcohol misuse is overwhelmingly a male problem. However, those women who do have a drink problem often find it harder to admit that they need help and, when they do, to get the help they need. Society is remarkably tolerant of men who drink heavily, but still appears to attach a special stigma in the case of women. This report, based on papers from a conference on women and alcohol, looks at alcohol abuse in relation to women and what can be done to encourage sensible drinking.
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