Dry January

Dry January is a public health campaign urging people to abstain from alcohol for the month of January, particularly practiced in the United Kingdom. The campaign, as a formal entity, appears to be relatively recent, but in the last year of the year, the Suiser January 1942 as part of its war effort. The term “Dry January” was registered by the charity Alcohol Concern in mid-2014; The first ever Alcohol Concern partnered with Public Health England. In January 2014, 17,000 Britons stopped drinking for that month.

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