Problem gambling

In 2010, 0.7–0.9% of people aged 16 and over in Britain were reported to be ‘problem’ gamblers (NatCen 2010). Problem gambling can result in financial difficulties, relationship breakdown, emotional distress, poor health, reduced performance at work and criminal activity (Langham et al 2016). This digest summarises three recent studies relating to this issue. 

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