Lifetime-risk of alcohol-attributable mortality report published by the Canadian Centre for Addiction and Mental Health(CAMH)

Lifetime Risk of Alcohol-Attributable Mortality is a report on mortality risk based on alcohol consumption levels in seven European countries, and on implications for low-risk drinking guidelines. In summary, if drinking guidelines were to be based on the usual accepted lifetime mortality risk for voluntary behaviours, the maximum alcohol consumption would be one drink a day.