Monday, July 31, 2006

Alcohol in Scotland

Jack Law, chief executive of Alcohol Focus Scotland and a member of the Scottish Ministerial Advisory Committee on Alcohol Problems, says children from the age of five should be encouraged to drink wine at home to prevent the toll of alcohol abuse in later life. He believes the practice would cut binge drinking among youngsters by taking the mystery out of alcohol.

I find this Scot's logic insane. Anything adults have problems with can be minimized by childhood immersion? Weak.

Related, a record number of women died from alcohol abuse in Scotland last year.

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