Responsible drinkingAlcohol use disorder - responsible drinking; Drinking alcohol responsibly; Drinking in moderation; Alcoholism - responsible drinking
If you drink alcohol, health care providers advise limiting how much you drink. This is called drinking in moderation, or responsible drinking.
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