Update news alcohol poisoning
Doctors have warned about the danger of alcohol poisoning as the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday season approaches.
Nearly 300 million liters of unknown origin alcohol threaten consumers’ health
Each year, from 230-280 million liters of homemade (or handmade) alcohol are marketed. No quality announcement, no origin, no stamps, and with no labels, this alcohol is potentially harmful to the health of consumers.
Alcohol poisoning on the rise before lunar New Year
Several weeks ahead of the lunar New Year festival, the Poison Control Center in Hanoi received dozens of alcohol poisoning patients, up 30% compared to the same period last year. Some of the patients became blind from drinking fake alcohol.
Does nobody control wine quality?
VietNamNet Bridge – Several recent cases of alcohol poisoning, many resulting in deaths, have sounded the alarm about the state's lax management of alcohol and alcohol abuse among Vietnamese.
Tonic or toxic wine
Medicinal wine has long been regarded by Vietnamese as an elixir that can treat a variety of common diseases, and even enhance vitality. However, the market is teeming with faked and low-quality medicinal wine, which is dangerous to human health.
Hanoi: Young man died after four days of drinking
After drinking a lot of wine of various kinds over four consecutive days, from January 30 through February 2, a 32 -year-old man in Thanh Tri district, Hanoi, was hospitalized and later died after.
Doctors warn of alcohol poisoning during Tet
VietNamNet Bridge – During Tet Lunar New Year, alcohol consumption rises and the number of drunken drivers causing traffic accidents always increases.