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Russia’s rising life expectancy is a reminder of alcohol’s dangerous downsides

By Emma Betuel

Russia is a famously hard-drinking nation, where, historically, the average person drank more than 14 liters of alcohol per year between 2000 and 2016. However, new research indicates that since 2003 there’s been a 43 percent drop in Russian alcohol consumption — and during the same period, mortality rates have also declined.

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