The health authorities in the UK are considering "graphic" warning labels on beer, wine and hard liquor. The message is that alchohol causes abuse and violence.
According to the health authorities "The evidence linking alcohol to over 60 medical conditions is unarguable, so they would need to be factual warnings, not sensational. People don’t realise that drink is associated with a whole range of health harms that it increases your risk of, such as injury, a stroke, heart disease, liver disease and many forms of cancer, and don’t realise its potential long-term implications for them. This is not the nanny state. This is simply to help the public understand the risks."
When are people going to say enough to the health communitiy?