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7:24am 18th November 2011

Almost 3/4 of assaults that go through A and E in Truro are linked to booze.

Treliske is treating more patients for alcohol problems too.

The number on the wards is up 2%

Health bosses warn we are ignoring long-term effects.

19 year old Jess from Newquay says, "I think if you get to the stage where you have to drink every day then there is a problem. Whereas if you want to go out and have a few drinks just for a laugh and you don't need to do it, then I think that's a lot better".

Click here for advice on drinking sensibly.

7:24am 18th November 2011

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