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It detailed the great projects being carried out across the world to deal with the increasing number of young people getting drunk every night.
Have a look at the article yourself but there are projects here in the UK, australia etc. that all aim to give support to people who find themselves in quite a state after a night out.
There is a lot of sense behind this idea. Not only does it help deal with the alcohol incidents out in the community but it also can help take the pressure off hospital and A and E departments that are always chock-a-block.
But what do you think about the current situation of alcohol in young people. Do you think that it is better to treat people in the on the street treatment sites?
On the wider subject of alcohol?
DO you think we are dealing with the problem through population interventions?
What do you think is the way forward (there has been a lot of coverage about minimum alcohol pricing- what do you think about that)?