Saturday 10 December 2016

Niamh Horan: It's time we were forced to face ugly truth about drink

Appealing to women's vanity, not health, would make a bigger impact in the fight against booze

Published 29/11/2015 | 02:30

'In day-to-day life, wine every night is also perfectly acceptable. If you have a couple of glasses watching television on a Monday night it doesn't raise eyebrows. Try the same with vodka and people start to wonder'
'In day-to-day life, wine every night is also perfectly acceptable. If you have a couple of glasses watching television on a Monday night it doesn't raise eyebrows. Try the same with vodka and people start to wonder'

'How to look your best for the party season' - women's fashion bibles are already publishing their glamour pull-outs on sparkly dresses and how to get those smouldering, smoky eyes that will turn heads over mulled wine at the staff Christmas party.

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They'll pitch all the hottest looks across the high street and there will be supplements dedicated to slimming down a dress size for that lbd.

You'll even get the number of calories in your favourite tipple and the fatty finger foods to avoid.

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